Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte

 Demi-Sec Rosé

Pinot Noir - Chardonnay

France: Champagne

Offer Expired:Jan 28, 2019 at 11:59 pm
$60.00
Avg. Price

Mission Briefing

Codename:

Happiest New Year

Introducing the perfect wine for your year-end celebrations: the lively and delicious (NV) Nicolas Feuillatte Demi-Sec Rosé. This wine is ready to ship to you today—that way your glass is filled with cheer, whether celebrating at a company party or watching the ball drop.

This rosé has exuberant bubbles and a beautiful blush-pink color. The nose is bursting with red fruit notes, complemented by hints of tangy apricot and marmalade. Overall, this wine is refreshing and fun, with the right amount of effervescence and sweetness.

Founded in 1976 with the mission of creating exquisite and accessible Champagne wines, Nicolas Feuillatte quickly rose to critical acclaim. By 1986, it was one of the top Champagne brands being imported into the US. Today, Nicolas Feuillatte is the No. 1 selling brand in France and No. 3 in the world.

Wishing you a great end to the year - and a stupendous 2019 to come!

Tasting Profile

Look:

This rosé has exuberant bubbles roiling a beautiful pink wine the color of carnations and sunset.

Smell:

Red fruit, wild strawberry, raspberry preserves, bright red cherry, tangy apricot, and marmalade.

Taste:

Tree fruit, apple, pear, brioche, touch of anise, and honeydew melon.

Finish:

Refreshing and fun with the right amount of effervescence and sweetness.

Pairing:

Sweet treats from around the world! Baklava if you’re in Greece, cannoli if you’re in Italy, or tarte tatin if you’re in France.

What the Winery Says

Winemaker
David Hénault
Varietal
60% Pinot Noir
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30% Meunier,
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10% Chardonnay
Appellation
Authenticité d’Origine Contrôlée
Abv
14%
pH
3.15
TA
6.57 g/L

About the Winery

Offer Expired:Jan 28, 2019 at 11:59 pm
$60.00
Avg. Price
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