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N.V. Domaine Langlois-Château Crémant de Loire Brut Rosé
- Loire Valley
- Crémant de Loire
Community Tasting Notes 29
partylikeakennedy wrote: (89 points)
March 14, 2016 - A lot of fun. Someone said this was Cab Franc? Really? Gasp! I'm surprised. It's got strong cherry, strawberry, and honeydew notes to it. Very fruity with a soft sweetness that's really quite pleasant.
Rigelrebe Likes this wine: (90 points)
February 11, 2016 - Pale salmon. Medium intensity on the nose, but the aromas are pleasant and precise reminding red fruits like strawberry, stone fruits (fresh peach), citrus (lemon, grapefruit) and green fruits like red apple. Some yeastiness and a stony-like minerality are perceivable.
I like the elegance on the palate, where it shows creamy bubbles, medium body and crispy acidity. The lemon and grapefruit flavours have a good persistence, leaving a very pleasant aftertaste.
maxima wrote: (87 points)
January 1, 2016 - 100% Cab Franc bien entendu, assez vif et tendu, bien.
Nez sur les fruits rouges, les épices et les fleurs.
En bouche, assez acide et un brin amer...fraises et cassis avec des notes de cannelle, assez long...différent!
cliffkol wrote: (85 points)
November 30, 2013 - Sunset Corners Champagne Tasting (Miami, FL): Very standard grocery store, just OK, sparkling wine
k.lonis wrote: (85 points)
April 15, 2013 - (Deals/Genka Gastronomy Fair, Sparkling wines Masterclass, Intercontinental Hotel) A bottle with 100% Cab. Franc.
Nice aromas of ripe red fruits with some flower notes as well. Beautiful in the palate as well, nice acidity, balanced with fresh red fruits too, creamy texture from bubbles that lasts, medium aftertaste. A sparkling for for but also to have by the glass. Nice
Pro Reviews 4
By Richard Jennings
9/26/2011 (link) 88 points
(NV Domaine Langlois-Château Crémant de Loire Brut Rosé) Light pink orange color with light mousse; light tart currant nose; tasty, focused, tart currant palate; medium finish
By Chris Kissack
February 2010 (link) 16 points
(NV Langlois-Chateau Crémant de Loire Brut Rosé) This is 100% Cabernet Franc, the fruit left in the press overnight to impart colour to the must, then after fermentation in bottle it is left on its lees for 18 months. A vibrant salmon-pink hue, vivacious style, good substance too. Bright and vigorous mousse. Fresh and appealing. Good.
By Chris Kissack
April 2008 (link) 16 points
(NV Langlois-Chateau Crémant de Loire Brut Rosé) Purchased July 2007. Richly coloured, salmon-pink. Stony, redcurrant, strawberry and cream nose. A little herb and leaf, but subtle. Firm palate, lots of substance, firm and incisive mousse, lively acidity, but even a little grip through the finish. This has certainly fleshed out a little when compared with my tasting note from last year, as it has a much rounded, flashier feel to the palate, although still plenty of firm grip. Very enjoyable aperitif on a warm, Sunday afternoon.
By Chris Kissack
July 2007 (link) 16 points
(NV Langlois-Chateau Crémant de Loire Brut Rosé) Current release, tasted at the domaine. An attractive, very pale pink hue. There is admittedly not much to be found on the nose here save for some redcurrant leaf, but the fruit seems a little more obvious on the palate where it has a nice vanilla-tinged strawberry, raspberry and redcurrant character with a nettly prickle. The mousse is rather gentle but creamy, perhaps more pétillant than mousseux. Clean and attractive, with a hard, perhaps slightly metallic core, but I like this wine. A second bottle within a week or two was the same.
- Vintage N.V.
- Type Rosé - Sparkling
- Producer Domaine Langlois-Château
- Varietal Cabernet Franc
- Designation Brut Rosé
- Vineyard n/a
- Country France
- Region Loire Valley
- SubRegion n/a
- Appellation Crémant de Loire
- UPC Codes 086891075808, 3382250000298
- Pending Delivery 0 (0%)
- In Cellars 61 (32%)
- Consumed 129 (68%)