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Moët & Chandon : Grand Vintage Rosé 2012

Moët & Chandon : Grand Vintage Rosé 2012

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Moët & Chandon : Grand Vintage Rosé 2012

The maturity of a great delicate and refined rosé Champagne

The 43rd rosé vintage in the history of Moët & Chandon, Grand Vintage Rosé 2012 delivers a singular interpretation of this great vintage in Champagne.

The result of a blend of Pinot Noir (42%, of which 13% red wine), Pinot Meunier (23%) and Chardonnay (35%), the Champagne Grand Vintage Rosé 2012 from Moët & Chandon benefits from a maturation time of at least 5 years in the cellar, to which is added a minimum of 6 months of rest after disgorging.

On tasting, Grand Vintage Rosé 2012 from Moët & Chandon presents a beautiful coral-pink rose, shimmering with orange reflections highlighting the finesse and persistence of the string of bubbles. Brilliant freshness, the nose opens up with acidulous notes of grapefruit and blood orange. Notes of red berries then punctuate the bouquet, revealing fragrances of wild strawberry and rhubarb. The palate gently unfolds a delicate substance with an airy lightness before revealing a more assertive personality, while notes of summer fruits reminiscent of plum wrap the palate. Now perfectly ripe, Moët & Chandon's Grand Vintage Rosé 2012 reveals all its complexity and charming personality.

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Moët & Chandon : Grand Vintage Rosé 2012
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J. Robinson
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Disgorged in February 2018 with five grams per liter dosage, the 2012 Extra Brut Grand Vintage Rosé bursts with expressive aromas of cherries, red berries, peaches and marzipan. On the palate, the wine is medium to full-bodied, with a similarly broad and fleshy profile to its white counterpart, but with more phenolic structure from the 13% still Pinot Noir in the blend, which lends it a seemingly drier, chalkier finish even though the two cuvées saw the same dosage. The more-concentrated regular Extra Brut has the edge over the Rosé, but this is a creditable effort.