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This lovely 6 bottle pink only mixed case offers
2 bottles of each:
‘Champagne Lacroix Rosé Brut” from La Vallée de la Marne – Champagne
‘Crémant Zeyssolff Rosé ‘Brut‘ from Alsace Region
‘French rosé’ Pink Bordeaux – Côte de Blaye
Champagne Lacroix Rosé Brut – 58% pinot noir, 22% Meunier, 20% Chardonnay
This cuvée has a salmon-coloured robe that enhances the sparkling foam. The nose offers a generous bouquet evolves towards notes of raspberry and redcurrant. The mouth develops into a taste of fleshy cherry. This Brut Rosé is exceptionally fruity! Unlike many rosé Champagnes, this actually tastes pink – packed with ripe summer fruit compote flavours and a refreshing lift on the finish.
Crémant Zeyssolff Rosé Brut – 100% Pint Noir
Crémant is a sparkling wine elaborated with the same traditional method as Champagne. The Crémant Rosé, rarer than the Crémant Blanc, is made from one type of grape: Pinot Noir. It comes from a clayey-limestone soil in the Gertwiller and Heiligenstein area.
This Crémant hast a brilliant and beautiful light pink colour with fine and persistent bubbles. The nose is fresh and delicate, and reveal notes of red fruits and rose flower. On the palate, it is delicate with a lovely bouquet of fruity notes
Cote de Blaye Bordeaux – ‘French Rosé’ – 180% Merlot . 20% Cabernet Sauvignon
Beautiful pink colour with salmon reflections, this wine expresses finesse notes of fresh fruit, Honey and raspberry. A pleasant impression of harmonious freshness, all well balanced with a good length in the mouth.
So why mustachio and strips?
Uncountable, the famous white striped sweater with blue strips crosses the ages without taking wrinkles. The sailor is also an emblem of the French style, from Coco Chanel to Jean-Paul Gaultier, passing by Arnaud Montebourg who defended the «made in France» on the cover of the Parisian in 2012. It can also be seen as a nod in the direction of the new tendency to compare wine bottles to fashion perfume and a funny French cliché.