Ze Bulle Rosé, Zéro Pointé, Béret et Compagnie

Ze Bulle Rosé, Zéro Pointé, Béret et Compagnie - 2020

Item # 23779 750mL
$22.99/ Single Bottle
$275.88 $262.09/ Case of 12
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Production Methods



Practicing Organic

Wine made from grapes grown without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides in the vineyard.

Tasting Notes

A darkly-colored, sparkling rosé that is both tannic and vinous in the most beautiful way. The modest residual sugar adds to the complexity of this incredible bottle. The sparkle in the wine comes from a rather unique practices of capturing the residual CO2 from fermentation and then re-introducing them into the wine. This wine was originally conceived by Philippe Gourdon, now retired. He has so generously allowed winemaker Bruno Ciofi to continue using the name.

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