I am not a champagne or white wine enthusiast but we received a gift to the Grand Rose Brut and thinking of pairing it with stone crabs for New Years Eve dinner......if it is dry and crisp my wife and I will enjoy it.........so my question is HOW DRY IS IT??
Yes, the Brut is going to be dry and crisp. You should enjoy it!
Wine Maker Notes
A blend of three different harvests, including 10% reserve wines. The wine spends an average of 4 years resting on the lees prior to release.
This elegant champagne is the perfect companion to a wide variety of dishes. Try with fish like bass and dory garnished with rich spices, olives, tomatoes or elaborate sauces, as well as small game, including pheasant, rabbit and venison. Also enjoy with desserts made with berries and other fresh fruits.