Domaine Gueneau Brut Rosé

SKU #1110615

A sassy little blend of Gamay (85%) and Pinot Noir (15%) from in and around Sancerre, though it can't be called Sancerre as there is no AOC for sparkling wine in the region. A super cool, fun-filled nose of strawberry, framboise and spiced white plums. The tight core of bubbles makes this easy and fun to drink. My notes say, "I really like this." The newest and coolest direct import Sancerre from us here at K&L: Domaine Gueneau. Jerome and Frederique Gueneau started their Domaine back in the late 1990s. They started off with small beginnings and have grown over the times to meet the ever growing demand for world class Sancerre. We've been keeping a close eye on this estate and really feel like we have something special. Clean, bright and driven is the style here. And, they make a sparkling! How cool is that? (Eric Story, Loire Buyer)

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Staff Image By: Jeffrey Jones | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 11/12/2012 | Send Email
This sparkling wine form the Loire has a dark rose color and nice bubbles. It is dry and juicy with the gamay flavors really showing. Lively and delicious the Gueneau Brut Rose is great alone but will go will with turkey or chicken.

Staff Image By: Sarah Covey | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 11/6/2012 | Send Email
Strawberry, mineral, cranberry- very pretty and quite juicy. Nice bubble structure, with a dryness that suits many types of food! Party-time!

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