Why I suggest Champagne Rosè Brut
Champagne Rosè Brut is the result of a percentage cut of Pinot Noir red wine to create fascinating notes of red fruit, wild strawberries and gooseberries. Champagne highlights the spirit of Maison Jean Michel, linked to small artisanal products that characterize the Champagne region.
The Sommelier: Wine produced from grapes grown with organic farming practice 20% Pinot Meunier 20% Pinot Noir 60% Chardonnay 18% red wine. Soft pink color and bright reflections. Intense aromatic scent and hints of rose and lime blossom. Soft taste, and delicately aromatic aftertaste. Good alcohol content 12.00% vol. low in sulphites added 0.020gr / lt.
Recommended pairings: It can accompany the whole meal with finesse, from light appetizers to fish first courses, dishes garnished with garlic and parsley, white meats with creamy sauce and mushrooms.
Uncork and serve at a temperature of 12 ° C in a Renano glass.
Winery: Michel Family, a passion for the vineyard that has lasted 160 years. With 12 hectares planted with vineyards of Pinot Meunier, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir of the Champagne region in Epernay, in the municipality of Moussy. Vines that give rise to wines that are distinctively distinct and rich in unique flavors. The Brut Sans Année ... go to the form.