NV Lallier Grand Rose Brut Grand Cru
Lallier Champagne is a house on the rise in Australia, despite having over 100 years of history and a well established name in its home country.
93 points - Wine Spectator
91 points - Stephen Tanzer
How's it taste?
Imported exclusively, the Grand Brut Rose is made from Grand Cru fruit from some of the leading villages in Champagne. Chardonnay and Pinot Noir is blended, with the dominant component coming from a single vintage. This cuvee is placed in a league of its own when compared to the more traditional house Champagne's readily available.
How was it made?
The glamorous and sensual aspect of our Rosé will please your eyes and your other senses… We enjoy its sublime salmon pink shiny robe. Very subtle, its charming aromas of wild strawberry and raspberry, spiced with citrus notes, will seize your nose. Finally, its wide and well balanced mouth wins unanimous support.
Very few rules for food pairings with this wine, everyone can create their own depending on their desires, whether it is to start or to pair with a meal. Nevertheless, it has to be served between 8°C and 10°C. Due to its appealing visual aspect and its freshness, we recommend enjoying it if possible outdoors, well-chilled and before a meal; it will be great company all day long and will perfectly match with fish, shellfish or grilled beef.
Who made it?
The Lallier brand was founded in 1906 by Rene Lallierin the Ay region of Champagne. In 1996, Rene-James Lallier (Rene's grandson) took the brand in a new direction, by modernising the production facilities and refurbishing the cellars. In his quest for outstanding quality, he enlisted the help of Francis Tribaut. Francis took over the helm of the company in 2004. In the years that followed, Rene's legacy and Francis' continuing passion have established the reputation for excellence with which Lallier Champagnes are regarded, year in, year out.
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