Gosset Grande Rose Brut
Rosé from Champagne, France
Complex aromas and flavors of yeast, apple and dried flowers mark this effusive, fresh rose. Nice weight and balance, with everything in the right proportion.
"Bright orange. High-pitched, floral-accented aromas of citrus fruits, red berries and toasty lees. Sappy, concentrated strawberry and orange zest flavors are firmed by a nervy spine of acidity and gain weight with aeration. Taut and focused, with noteworthy finishing cut, thrust and length."
International Wine Cellar
"Complex aromas and flavors of yeast, apple and dried flowers mark this effusive, fresh rosé. Nice weight and balance, with everything in the right proportion."
"Unfortunately I was only able to taste one new wine from Gosset this year. The NV Brut Grand Rose is a big, structured Champagne. This comes across as a touch sweeter than is the norm here, but that just may be a factor of the wine's considerable fruit. All sorts of freshly cut flowers, berries and minerals come together in the glass. The wine gains volume and depth in the glass, showing the many shades of dimension that make it such a great choice for the dinner table. This is Lot L009 7110, disgorged March, 2010. Anticipated maturity: 2010-2015. "
The Wine Advocate
"A vinous sparkler with floral scents of gentian and rose, this wine has green citrus edges to its fruit. It's bright, spicy and round, with a supple finish. Match the wine's bold character with duck rillettes."
Wine & Spirits
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Founded in Aÿ in 1584 by Pierre Gosset, Gosset is the oldest wine house in Champagne. It also remains one of the most prestigious, considered by many collectors and connoisseurs as the world"s preeminent name in luxury champagne. In 2009, this storied winemaker celebrated a landmark 425-year anniversary.
Gosset's reputation for excellence starts on the vines. Its champagnes are...
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Champagne is both a region and a method. The wines come from the northernmost vineyards in France and the name conjures an image like no other can. An 18th Century Benedictine monk named Dom Perignon is said to be the first to blend both varietals and vintages, making good wines not only great, but also special and unique to their winemaker. Today, nearly 75% of Champagne...
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Learn About Rosé
Some Champagne and sparkling wine is pink. It's more rare, and more robust, and sometimes more expensive. But
one of those wines that is just deliciously appealing. The pink color in a rose sparkler comes from the skins -
means that the wine must include at least one of the red grapes of the traditional method -
Pinot Noir or Pinot...
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