Domaine Brazilier "TRAD" Methode Traditionelle Brut Rosé

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Located in Thoré-la-Rochette in the eastern Loire near the Atlantic ocean, father and son Jean and Benoit Brazilier farm 25 hectares of vines, ten of which are family owned (Benoit represents is the seventh generation of the Brazilier winemaking legacy here). They farm and produce appellation Coteaux du Vendômois wines from Chenin Blanc, Pinot Blanc, Pineau d'Aunis, and Cabernet Franc, and Vin de Pays from Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Gamay. They have some estate plantings of Pinot Noir. This sparkling Pineau d'Aunis Brut Rosé is absolutely delighful, so fresh, with snappy citrus and wild red berry aromas and flavors. The creamy mousse makes it an irresistible sparkler to enjoy at lunch or dinner, on its own or with a range of cuisines.

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By: Kerry Kirkham | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 4/12/2023 | Send Email
Composed of organically grown Pineau d'Aunis sourced from vineyards that grow on chalk and limestone soils, with an average vine age of 30 years. Fermented in stainless steel, it’s aged in-bottle on its lees for 12 months. Finishing dosage is 15g/L, making it extra dry. The nose charms with Red Vines licorice, cherry, strawberry, cherry blossoms, peppers, and fresh green herbs. The palate is perky—off-dry with cherry hard candies, stewed plums, green peppers, and gravel. Refreshing acidity keeps the sweetness in check. After my third sip my first thought was—I want to meet the winemaker who made this because I bet they’re a hoot! Turns out, his name is Benoit Brazilier and by how this wine tastes, I’m certain he likes to have a good time and wants everyone else to have fun as well. This would appeal to the Prosecco crowd for sure. Great for dull days when you need a little cheering up but don’t want something excessively complicated or expensive. Excellent for brunch, backyard gatherings, porch lounging with friends, or watching the sun set on the beach after a hot summer day. *Vegan*

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