La Grande Dame Rosé 2006 75 cl.

2.498,00 DKK Incl. taxes
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The winter of 2006 was particularly cold and long. The spring was mixed, but with good conditions for budding. The flowers opened in late June in what was unusually warm weather. The summer was chaotic, with an August that was late autumn. Fortunately, vines were able to draw on their reserves to produce an abundant yield of excellent quality.

Smell and taste: Texture is precise and silky. The tannins are still present. The finish is long. The tannins are already very well integrated and can be expected to blend further in the coming years.

Technical info:
Grapes: 53% Pinot noir from Aÿ, Bouzy, Ambonnay, Verzy and Verzenay. 47% Chardonnay from Avize, Oger and Le Mesnil-sur-Oger

Food Pairing: Lobster, mushrooms, Lamb, Pasta with ham, Langoustine, Sea urchin.


Veuve Clicquot

The champagne house Veuve Clicquot was founded in 1772 and in 1805 Madame Clicquot took over the house when her husband died suddenly of a high fever. Veuve means widow in French, which is why the house is today called Veuve Clicquot. Did you also know that Madame Clicquot invented Rosé champagne - the one where you mix white and red wine? She quickly became known as the "Grande Dame of Champagne".