Wine Advocate-Parker :
Dusky pink in color, Alfred Gratien's Brut Rosé - in this case a blend of Chardonnay (52%), Pinot Noir (3 %) and Pinot Meunier (17%) based on 2010 (80% plus 20% Réserve wines) - shows a very clear, fresh and refined bouquet of aromatic red berries, cherries, and brioche along with chalky and floral flavors. The attack on the palate is pure, straight and elegant, and the cuvée reveals a lot of crispy freshness, grip and livelines. Provided with a very delicate foam, this finesse-full and well structured wine goes well as an aperitif but also with food, fish for example. The wine was fermented in barrels with no malolactic, bottled in June 2011 and disgorged in October 2014 with a dosage of 10.35 grams per liter. I tasted from lot L14308.
|Revue du Vin de France||14|
|Produtor/Engarrafamento||CHAMPAGNE ALFRED GRATIEN 51201 EPERNAY CEDEX FRANCE|
|Pais de produçao||França|