Aspen Food & Wine Classic Trip; 6/17/2015-6/22/2015 (Aspen, Colorado): From a bottle disgorged in June of 2014, this rose-colored, nonvintage, 100% Pinot Noir offering has a small, active bead. Raspberry, orange zest and floral aromas are followed by similar flavors on a medium-bodied, crisply acidic frame. Solid in the middle and finishing medium-to-long, this is a delightful Champagne which should provide maximal pleasure over the next two years. Drink now-2017.
Lots of lovely tiny bubbles and a terrific mousse with every glass, bright bronze/red color in the glass, enticing strawberry, red cherry, and raspberry nose with hints of baked tart and wet slate, more of the same on the palate, medium body, very intense, complex flavors, tasty, medium/long finish. this is best served very chilled and let it warm up in the glass for maximum effect and taste.
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(NV René Geoffroy Champagne Rosé de Saignée Brut 1er Cru) Light medium pink color with steady, tiny bubbles; appealing, vinous, tart cherry, raspberry cream nose; tart cherry cream, tart cherry, ripe raspberry palate; medium-plus finish (disgorged 11/12)
(NV René Geoffroy Champagne Rosé de Saignée Brut 1er Cru) Light medium pink color with abundant mousse; effusive, floral, tart cherry, strawberry nose; tart strawberry, tart cherry, mineral palate; medium-plus finish
(NV René Geoffroy Champagne Rosé de Saignée Brut 1er Cru) Light orange pink color with few, tiny bubbles; tart cherry, tart raspberry nose; tasty, tart cherry, mineral, tart raspberry palate; medium-plus finish 90+ points
(NV René Geoffroy Rosé de Saignée) ($77.00) The demand is so feverish the wine sells out just as it’s starting to really find its fruit with a year on the cork. I tasted an ’08 cuvée disgorged 12/10, with the magnificently pretty fruit of this lovely vintage. An ’09 cuvée, disgorged the first week of March, has more body and fruit but less flower; richer, more brioche-y, more mid-palate. We’ll see it in the Fall. It does bear mentioning, our most popular Geoffroy wine is also our least dry Geoffroy wine. This in-demand fella is packing a whole 10g.l. of filthy residual sugar. Thanks for not minding!
(NV René Geoffroy Champagne Rosé de Saignée Brut 1er Cru) Medium dark pink color; cherry, raspberry, white chocolate nose; rich, tasty, raspberry, cherry, vinous and hedonistic, Pinot Noir, pomegranate palate; medium finish 92+ pts.
(NV René Geoffroy Champagne Rosé de Saignée Brut 1er Cru) Medium dark orange pink color; elegant, light orange, oily nose; tasty, rich, tart orange, mineral, tart tangerine, white pepper palate; medium-plus finish 93+ pts.
(NV René Geoffroy Champagne Rosé de Saignée Brut 1er Cru) Medium pink color; tart strawberry, strawberry jello powder, mineral nose; tart strawberry, tart cherry, tart watermelon, light red fruit, blood orange palate with medium acid palate; medium finish (100% Pinot Noir; disgorged in 9/09)
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