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Staff Pick

Queen of Kings Rosé, Brut - NV

Item # 39044 750mL
$14.96/ Single Bottle
$89.76 $85.27/ Case of 6
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Grape Variety

Tasting Notes

A sparkling rosé that is just like Cava (but cannot be labeled as such because the wine is made just outside of the DO). It is dry on the palate yet full of mixed berries on the palate. Delicious and compelling this should be your pick to serve to before and during your next gathering. Excellent with starters but does work well with fried chicken as well.

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Staff Pick Notes

Cava means cave named for the deep cellars these Champagne-style sparkling wines are aged. Here the grape is Monastrell, which has a very earthy mineral character and that shows very clearly in this wine. Bright berried fruit is balanced by that classic earthiness of the Monastrell.


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