Christian Busin Brut Rosé Champagne (Previously $40)

SKU #1301160

Situated in the Grand Cru appellation of Verzenay, Christian Busin is a small grower-producer hand-crafting classic Champagnes true to Montagne de Reims terroir. The majority of their holdings are Pinot Noir with a little Chardonnay. The rosé is a classic assemblage rosé with a pale salmon hue, notes of strawberry, melon with an alluring hint of biscuit. Perfect for a celebratory toast or apéritif.

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Staff Image By: Christina Stanley | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 10/27/2017 | Send Email
Recently, here at K and L, we've received a few unbelievable values in the Champagne department: small production producer/growers making Champagnes that are of the highest quality and rarity here in the states. One of my favorites as of late is the Christian Busin Brut Rosé, which is comprised of mostly Verzenay Grand Cru fruit, predominately Pinot Noir, from the '09 vintage. This wine offers delicate aromas of strawberry and cherry, with a palate that manages to simultaneously be big and creamy, yet chalky and dry.

Staff Image By: Gary Westby | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 9/8/2017 | Send Email
This is one of the finest deals in rosé Champagne that K&L has ever had. This entirely estate-grown Champagne is based on 2009, and composed of 70% Pinot Noir and 30% Chardonnay. It gets its color from Verzenay Pinot Noir that is made into red wine. This is full bodied, complex, rich rosé with a ton of power. If you like characterful, yet well balanced rosé, this is a must at the price.

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