- Color: Blason Rose is wrapped in a bright pink mantle with slightly orange reflections. Its fine flashes, vivid and persistent, give it an intense freshness.
- Nose: pomegranates, pears, apricots, red oranges, the fragrances of ripe red fruits ... a juicy and generous combination that gives way to notes of biscuit, butter and pastry. Persistence of the delicate character of white flowers. Blason Rose is an intense and balanced champagne. Sprouts of black currant, pear, apricot and plum in the initial sensations, followed by aromas of black currant and sanguine oranges giving way to notes of blackcurrant cream, raspberry, honeysuckle and roses. The culmination comes with lime, blackberries and cherries.
- Mouth: Acid and strong in attack, Blason Rose is a graceful and complex wine. Rich and long in the mouth. A gourmet champagne, with the authentic character of a rose, that sublimate its multiple flavors by serving it between 9 and 11 °.
Perrier-Jouët Blason Rose is the direct heir of the Blasons de France series, recognized by lovers of fine dining around the world. Blason Rose is a wine characterized by its distinctive flavor, strength and roundness. Herve Deschamps, faithful to the traditional and creative traditions treasured by the Caves Chef of Perrier-Jouët, realized the assembly of a single brushstroke, without composing a previous assembly. After tasting one by one all the barrels, in search of the balance and the necessary perfection, I select some thirty wines to carry out the assembly of Blason Rose. Chef de Caves pursued the breadth and structure of this cuvee in order to obtain a gastronomic association without therefore leaving aside a certain freshness. A union that demands the precision of a specialist, since only the best can evoke the elegance of the style of the Perrier-Jouët champagnes. For Blason Rose, Herve Deschamps opted for the reds of Aÿ and Vincelles (between 12 and 15%), instead of the intense Pinot of the terroirs of the southern slope of the Montagne, like those of Bouzy. Blason Rose is, therefore, the cuvee with the largest proportion of Pinots, as it contains 50% of Pinot Noir and 25% of Pinot Meunier. The elegance and vivacity of Chardonnay completes the remaining 25%.
Dosage: 10g / l. Aged for a minimum of three years in the cellars of the Maison. Curiosities:
- The succulent flavors of the strawberry provide a round and graceful voluptuousness. The end has the scent of red berries; bright and sweet without any preserves. Complete and delicious, an exquisite rose to accompany a prawn tempura. Wine & amp; Spirits Magazine, December 2012
- Medals :
- International Wine Challenge, Gold Medal
- Sommelier Wine Awards, Gold Medal
- Critics Challenge International Wine Competition, Platinum Medal
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Gold: International Wine Challenge | Gold: Sommelier Wine Awards| Platinum: Critics Challenge International Wine Competition
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