Stephane Sérol "Turbullent" Sparkling Rosé

SKU #1146406 Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar

 Light, bright pink, with a frothy mousse Spicy redcurrant, blood orange and rhubarb on the nose. Juicy, expansive red berry preserve flavors are given a dry edge by a slow-building talc-y note. Manages to be both sweet and nervy, and finishes with very good thrust and lingering raspberry and strawberry notes. This would be great with stinky washed-rind or blue cheeses.  (6/2010)

K&L Notes

Delightfully fun, fizzy, fruity and sparkling Gamay wine from the Côte Roannaise, and father-son team Robert and Stephane Sérol. This is fermented without chaptalization, then bottled before completion to achieve carbonation.

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Staff Image By: Mulan Chan-Randel | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 12/11/2013 | Send Email
This wine is so much fun! Dry and bubbly bien sur, but with just the slightest touch of spice and red plum plushness. I opened at bottle at Thanksgiving, and it was one of the most talked about wines of the holiday! Great for parties, spicier fare or salty snacks like charcuterie.
Drink from 2013 to 2014

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Alcohol Content (%): 8.5