Vincent Couche, "Eclipsia", Rosé Brut
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Vincent Couche, "Eclipsia", Rosé Brut - NV

Item # 48963 750mL

A blend of mostly Pinot Noir with a touch of Chardonnay, this sparkling rosé sees 30% still red wine added. Vincent operates in the comparatively remote region of L'Aube, which isn't too far from Chablis. He picks later than almost anyone in the region, and emphasizes the natural ripeness of the grapes and the terroir. Pair with shrimp arancini.

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Wine made from grapes grown organically using natural composting techniques and special preparations of herbal sprays while following the astronomical calendar.

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5 Words: Fresh, Layered, Redcurrant, Blood-Orange, Vibrant. 88% Pinot Noir, 12% Chardonnay Looking for a luxurious rosé Champagne that drinks like slightly natty Burgundy? Vincent Couche makes biodynamic Champagne in the Aube, which lies equidistant from Burgundy and the rest of Champagne. He’s obsessed with sense of place and the health of the vines. This bottle uses fruit from 2017 and 2018. The grapes were vinified separately, and then blended with 30% still Pinot Noir. Malolactic fermentation is allowed, and it spends 24 months on the lees. It is un-fined and un-filtered with a modest dosage of 6 grams. Please drink this in a wine glass rather than a flute to enjoy all it has to offer!

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