This easy drinking pink bubbly is perfect to sip on its own, it has sweet flavors with a long satisfying finish. pink color with small persistent pearly bubbles. On the palate it is very refreshing with a smooth creamy mousse and plenty of juicy red currant, raspberry, cherry and biscuity flavors with nuances of anise and tarragon. Though light-bodied and easy drinking, the mouthfeel is round and generous. Succulent finish that is moderately long.
This Bouvet-Ladubay's Brut Rosé, NV is made using the traditional method for sparkling wine (i.e bottle fermented). It is made from 90% Cabernet Franc and 10% Grolleau and it spent about nine months on the lees before disgorging. Saumur is one of six sparkling wine appellations (AOCs) in France's Loire Valley wine region. Saumur is noted for its famous 'tuffeau' (type of limestone) caves, carved into the chalky hillsides dating back 1000 years.
Bouvet-Ladubay is the Loire Valley's largest and second oldest sparkling wine producer. Founded in 1851, it was bought by the Monmousseau family in 1933, and, though no longer owned by the family, is still operated and managed by the fourth generation of Monmousseau family.