Chateau De La Bonneliere
Marc Plouzeau Perles Fines Sparkling Brut Rosé
France: Loire Valley
In the mood for a Sparkling Rosé? What about a nice bottle of Cabernet Franc? Well, dear Operative, today is your lucky day. Today’s Chateau De La Bonneliere Marc Plouzeau Perles Fines Sparkling Brut Rosé combines Agent Red’s two favorite things into one spectacular package.
With a voluptuous plume of mousse and delicate white fruit flavors, today’s wine is excellent on its own or paired with a variety of foods. We decided to get a little kinky with ours and serve it with brunch - superb!
We offer you this delightful bubbly with our heartiest recommendation.
A tremendous plume of bubbles erupt in the glass upon pouring. Once settled, a beautifully pale peach emerges.
Clean and crisp aromas of fresh white fruit, nectarine, and lime leaf greet you, with touches of vanilla bean and cranberry skin as well.
Very refreshing on the palate, with just enough ‘oomph’ to make things interesting. White peach, white nectarine, and dried wild strawberry mingle with hints of Meyer lemon, cranberry, and a touch of honeycomb.
The bubbles are wonderfully mouth-filling, and leave you with a slight dryness along the edge of the tongue. The wine is a very food friendly sparkler.
Fish tacos, served with creamy avocado dressing.
What the Winery Says
Produced in the Méthode Traditionnelle, with second fermentation taking place in the bottle. This sparkling wine has very fine, delicate aromas and a beautiful bubbles trailing through the glass. Aromas of fresh fruit and citrus lead the wine, with a rich, refreshing mouthfeel, and a pleasant roundness. The finish is balanced and harmonious.
- Marc Plouzeau
- Touraine, Loire Valley, France
- Fruit Variety
- 100% Cabernet Franc
- Farming Practice
- 100% Biodynamic
About the Winery
Just as we’ve also done, the grapes are hand picked with great care. We then use gravity to softly transport the wines within the tank. This is done to extract the wine as gently and with as little force as possible. With no chemicals or additives, the grapes are then slowly and naturally transformed into the finest of wines. The wine is left unfined and filtered, better preserving its natural state. Thus, the wine you have in your glass is an accurate reflection of the soil.