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The Blanquette de Limoux Domaine Bouché is obtained from Mauzac and Chardonnay grapes as required by the disciplinary of the oldest classic method of sparkling wine. The color is yellow with green reflections, while the bouquet is characterized by fruity, floral and aromatic aromas with light toasted notes. On the palate it's balanced and well balanced in the relationship between acidity and body, with good persistence.
Pastel is an excellent Rosé produced by Chateau de Valcomb in the area called Coste di Nimes on the border with the Camargue, whose vineyards enjoy excellent exposure, cultivated on rocky soils rich in iron and clay. Hence the pleasant flavor that does not fear comparisons with the much more famous Rosé of Provence.
Domain Paul Prieur's Sancerre Blanc is vinified alone from Sauvignon Blanc grapes. A wine with a unique aromatic breadth, golden straw yellow color with green reflections and a bouquet of ripe white fruit. On the palate it's round, characterized by a marked minerality and a persistent lemon finish.
The 2014 Vintage Rosé embodies the Louis Roederer style: the excellence of the fruit between the intensity of the Pinot Noir of Cumières and the elegant freshness of the Chardonnay of the Côte des Blancs. Fruity aromas of wild red berries fade towards floral and citrus notes, while hints of cocoa and dried fruit recall the aging in oak barrels. Rich, fleshy taste and mineral texture typical of Chardonnay.
The 2012 Louis Roederer Vintage is dedicated to one of the greatest vintages for Champagne. It has a golden yellow color with amber reflections, and a delicate and luminous effervescence. The bouquet is initially characterized by hints of fresh citrus, with warm mineral notes that give way to woody aromas of toasted almonds. On the palate it's rich and sweet at the same time, long and persistent finish.
This Brut Nature was born from the encounter between the Maison Louis Roederer and the designer Philippe Starck, in one of the best vintages of Champagne like 2012. A memorable year full of sun, to which juicy and ripe Pinot Noir grapes are owed, and a series of great rare and unrepeatable wines.
The Belle Epoque Champagne of the Maison Perrier-Jouët is the Cuvée that is produced in the extraordinary vintages as in the case of the thousandth 2012. Golden and refined perlagre, while the nose stands out floral scents and exotic white fruit such as pear, strawberry, pineapple and ginger. On the palate it's a riot of sensations in which fruity notes prevail in perfect balance with good minerality.
The Bas Armagnac of the 1990 Jean Cavé maison shows an amber color, with green reflections, clear and bright. the nose prevails spicy notes and aromas of toasted almonds, while on the palate it's fresh and balanced, with soft tannins and a round taste. The closure is persistent, worthy of an Armagnac of great elegance.
Bas-Armagnac is the most renowned of the three areas where Armagnac is produced in the south-west part of France, in Gascony. The aromatic intensity of this fine bottle wraps and seduces the palate in a riot of sensations that are punctuated with slow and inexorable progression until a long and persistent closure of spices, tobacco and citrus fruits.
The Champagne Extra Brut Rémy Leroy is the result of a well-elaborated cuvée that expresses all the richness of the Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier vines. The color is a straw yellow tending towards amber, with a fine and persistent perlage. On the nose the fruity and floral aromas are accompanied by sweet pastry notes, while on the palate the taste is full, round and well structured.