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Champagne Louis Lamar Brut Rosé ( in Gift Box)

Original price $234.00 - Original price $234.00
Original price $234.00
$280.80 - $280.80
Current price $280.80

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VARIETY Chardonnay, Pinot Nero

PAIRING Aperitif, Cheeses, Fish, Pasta , Cold cuts


A festive blend of sophistication and style, Louis Lamar's Brut Rosé Champagne is sure to delight. Arriving with a luxurious gift box, this delicious blend of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay offers a delightful palate of raspberry and strawberry notes that will be sure to bring a festive air to any gathering. An exquisite addition to any celebration.

Champagne is synonymous with celebration, with a great occasion, with an important event. And when Champagne is rosé, the atmosphere becomes even more intriguing. Louis Lamar produces wines that express their territoriality, such as this Brut Rosé that is the result of the union of the three typical Champagne grapes: Pinot Noir, represented here by 8%, which gives structure and colour, Chardonnay, 36%, with its seductive charge, and Pinot Meunier, which is the master with 55%, acting as a trait d'union.

It presents itself to the eye in a beautiful bright pale pink colour. Its perlage, elegant and minute, is formed by many strands of pearls, small and persistent. On the nose, with great impact, vivid notes of rose petals, cherry pulp and pink grapefruit emerge together with mineral hints of the terroir. On the palate, the mineral note prevails, followed by an olfactory response accompanied by a velvety sensation that pampers the taste buds in a voluptuous embrace. The finish is long and sensual with bursts of cherry.

Perfect on raw red prawns but also on tagliolini with swordfish and basil.

The Winery

Dom Pérignon: champagne of power and elegance

Synonymous with prestige and luxury, Dom Pérignon takes its name from the abbot who, according to legend, invented re-fermentation in the bottle in the 17th century, within the abbey of Saint-Pierre d'Hautvillers, near Épernay. In truth, Pierre Pérignon not only invented Champagne, but had the intuition to taste the grapes to understand their differences and correct ripeness, guessing the blend between Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.

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