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Someone once said, “Anything is possible with sunshine and a glass of rosé wine,” and all the rosé lovers would definitely agree to it. Today we are going to talk about BRUT ROSE - a type of wine that you leave you asking for more.
‘Brut’ is the French word for dry. Therefore, brut sparkling wine refers to a dry sparkling wine. Brut is also a term that’s used to describe Champagne. However, when winemakers refer to brut wine, they are referring to the style of wine, rather than any particular variety.
We bring you the most delicious Brut Rosés that you need to try this 2020
Champagne Delamotte Brut Rosé NV by Vineyard Brands (France) comes with a hint of the exotic vibe and perhaps a little eccentricity too - with 80% Pinot Noir & 20% Chardonnay. It is made with the traditional bleeding technique rarely used in Champagne. Champagne Delamotte Brut Rosé NV extracts its color and the aromatic range is extracted from the grape skin. This rosé is dazzling salmon pink in color, with an amazingly complex wine sparkling beneath. After bottling, Delamotte Rosé matures for around three years on the lees before disgorgement.
Food Pairing: The ideal accompaniments for Champagne Delamotte Brut Rosé NV with slightly smoky notes are raspberry charlotte, red fruit soups, and sugary desserts of the kind that Marcel Proust would surely never forget.
Champagne Delamotte Brut Rosé NV won a Gold medal at the Sommeliers Choice Awards held on Aug 12, 2020.
2012 Jacques Bruere Cap Classique Cuvee Brut Rose by Bon Courage Estate (South Africa) comes with 80% Pinot Noir and 20% Chardonnay. This elegant wine has a strong yeasty nose and a faint lemon and raspberry scent. There is a silky richness on the palate full of red berries balanced with a subtle mineral undertone.
2012 Jacques Bruere Cap Classique Cuvee Brut Rose gives out silky richness filled with red berries and balanced notes with subtle mineral undertones.
Food Pairing: 2012 Jacques Bruere Cap Classique Cuvee Brut Rose should be enjoyed on its own or with seafood-based canapés. Truly versatile and can be served with oysters, salmon, tuna, prosciutto, sushi, Asian style dishes, rich cheeses, and red berry desserts.
2012 Jacques Bruere Cap Classique Cuvee Brut Rose won a Gold medal at the Sommeliers Choice Awards held on Aug 12, 2020.
Segura Viudas Brut Rosé by Freixenet Mionetto USA (Spain) is a blend of 90% Trepat and 10% Garnacha. From grape to glass it takes one and a half years to make a bottle of Segura Viudas Brut Rosé. All the grapes are handpicked and transported to the winery. Segura Viudas Brut Rosé has youthful fruit aromas of strawberry, red currant, and grenadine. The palate of this wine is refreshing, full of cherry fruit and light acidity. With 12% ABV, this wine gives a soft finish on the back of the palate gives a lovely, approachable balance.
Food Pairing: Grilled tuna, crab cakes, and alfresco evenings.
Segura Viudas Brut Rosé won a Silver medal at the Sommeliers Choice Awards held on Aug 12, 2020.
2017 Hagafen Brut Rosé by Hagafen Cellars (United States) comes with 80% Pinot Noir & 20% Chardonnay. It has a soft, rosy hue and a multitude of tiny shining bubbles. This wine has a heavenly aroma of strawberries, cream mixed with a bready toastiness this wine moves you to prose. A palate full of lychee and strawberry combined with creaminess and bright acidity stimulates the senses, making your mouth water with each passing sip.
2017 Hagafen Brut Rosé won a Silver medal at the Sommeliers Choice Awards held on Aug 12, 2020.
Barefoot Bubbly - Brut Rose by Barefoot Wine (United States) comes with all the flavors of juicy red raspberries, sweet cherries, and pomegranate. Barefoot Bubbly Brut Rosé positively sparkles on the palate. Finished with hints of nectarine, red apple, and zesty citrus, our versatile Brut Rosé pairs perfectly with everything from fresh fruit to terrific takeout. This wine is crisp, lively, and red cherry.
Barefoot Bubbly - Brut Rose won a Silver medal at the Sommeliers Choice Awards held on Aug 12, 2020.