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    Perrier-Jouet Blason Rose
    Rosé Sparkling Wine - Champagne, France

    Ratings

    • W&S92
    • WS91
    Price: $85.00
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    Professional Ratings: 92 Wine & Spirits, 91 Wine Spectator, 90 Wine Enthusiast, 90 Connoisseurs' Guide

    Region: Champagne, France

    Varietal: Rosé Sparkling Wine

    Alcohol By Volume: 10%

    • 10%
    • 16%

    Item no. 110757

    Winemaker's Notes:

    The color is medium salmon with copper highlights. The bouquet displays aromas of ripe strawberry and bright red raspberry,with notes of light spice hinting at Hawaiian pink ginger, Mandarin orange, and honey with a touch of earthiness. On the palate, the wine shows freshly crushed strawberries with citrus and earth notes on the very long, persistent finish.

    This rose pairs perfectly with fresh shellfish or smoked salmon, also an ideal pairing with roasted pheasant breast, pan-fried venison filets with fresh truffles, and wild pork.

    Critical Acclaim:

    Succulent strawberry flavors give this a round, supple richness. The finish is perfumed with red fruit, ending bright and sweet without any candied character. Mouthwatering and complete, this is a delicious rose to serve with shrimp tempura.

    92 Points
    Wine & Spirits

    Vibrant and refined in texture, this well-knit rosé Champagne meshes a chalky base note with flavors of almond biscotti, fresh ginger, white raspberry and candied kumquat.

    91 Points
    Wine Spectator

    Delicate salmon pink in color, this light, fresh rose shines with its fresh red berry flavors, a delicate style initally, then opening to give raspberry and crisp red apples. Light enough for aperitif, but will also work with food.

    90 Points
    Wine Enthusiast

    With a little more fruity vigor on the positive side of the ledger to go along with its slightly austere, citrus-tinged sense of French reserve, this bottling separates itself from most of what is called Rosé on this side of the pond—and even on the other. It is lifted by a fine, somewhat creamy mousse and enough depth to hold its head up, and it is suitably buttressed on the palate by a bit of the latter-palate grip that belongs to the genre. With light foods or without, it is bound to please.

    90 Points
    Connoisseurs' Guide
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