Louis Bouillot Perle d’Aurore Cremant Rosé
Min. Quantity: 1
The Louis Bouillot Perle d 'Aurore is a well-crafted Cremant Rose (Sparkling Rose), made using the Traditional Method and bottle aged for a minimum of 12 months. Complex. lively and fresh, the Perle d'Aurore has aromas and flavours of raspberry and redcurrant along with a delicate mousse and fine bubbles. Located in Cote de Nuit in Burgundy, the Louis Bouillot Estate was founded in 1877 and it is well known for producing great value sparkling wines that provide an excellent alternative to Champagne.
This Louis Bouillot Perle d 'Aurore was made using the traditional method and aged for a minimum of 12 months. The rose was made using a blend of Pinot Noir grapes form the Cote d'Or, Gamay from South Burgundy and Chardonnay from the Macconnais.
Fine and delicate bubbles. A bouquet of small red fruit,
Drink now or within 5-7 years of release.
Founded in 1877 by Jean Bouillot the estate of Louis Bouillot is a specialist Cremant de Bourgogne producer now run by Jean-Claude Boisset and it produces a range of excellent Methode Traditionnelle sparkling wines from sites across the Côte d'Or. The Cremant de Bourgogne appellation was officially created in 1975 and the domaine, based in Nuits-St-Georges, produces great value sparkling wines that provide a great alternative to Champagne, from the vivid pinot Noir fruit of the Perle Bourgogne Mousseux Rouge to their lively and complex Perle de Vigne Grand Reserve.
Located near the French city of Dijon, in central-eastern France, Burgundy is seen as the international benchmark for Chardonnay and Pinot Noir winemaking around the world. The Burgundy region covers a large area that includes Chablis and over 100 other appellations (regions, villages and vineyards). The five key areas in Burgundy are; Chablis, Cotes de Nuits, Cotes de Beaune, Cote Chalonnaise and Maconnais. Within Chablis, the vineyards that produce the wines of Chablis Premier Cru and Chablis Grand Cru tend to be located on the sides of the valley that have a south facing aspect, ideal for developing more concentrated fruit aromas and flavours. Some of the best Pinot Noir wines are produced in the Cote de Nuits while the Cote de Beaune is more well known for producing exceptional Chardonnay. The appellation system highlights these differences across all of the appellations in Burgundy. For example, almost all of the red grand cru wines (such as Romanee-Conti) are produced in the Cotes de Nuits while all of the white grand cru wines are produced in the Cotes de Beaune (such as Montrachet).
Wine Body: Medium Bodied
Wine Sweetness: Dry
Non Alcoholic: No
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