About the Producer
Pedro Rosell is Argentina’s King of Bubbles - he and his team strive to create the country’s most expressive, sophisticated sparkling wines.
The winery is located in the old winemaking region of Perdriel, south of the Mendoza River, at the foot of the Cordon del Plata mountain range.
All wines are made from high elevation estate Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vines, many of which sit at an unbelievable 4,600+ feet. Dosage is low across the
board, resulting in verve/tension levels that truly rare in this part of the world.
About the Wine
This sparkling rosé is sourced from estate grown Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vines at 3,400 foot elevation in Perdriel.
Vintage: NV | Wine Type: Sparkling Rosé
Varietal: 80% Pinot Noir / 20% Chardonnay
Origin: Argentina | Appellation: Lujan de Cuyo, Mendoza
Elaboration: Fermentation takes place at temperatures between 57° and 61° in tall/slender stainless steel tanks. Aged 12 months on
lees, and an additional 12 months in bottle prior to disgorgement.
Winemaker: Pedro Rosell
Attrative, subtle salmon color with surprising aromas of red fruits and fresh, persistent flavors. Light and elegant tannins and well-balanced acidity
that lends freshness to the palate. Lends itself to be enjoyed along as an apertif, and invites pairing with fish, red meats, and desserts.
Production: 8,300 cases | Alcohol: 12.5% | TA: g/l | Residual Sugar: 7.9 g/l | pH:
Press & Points
91 Points - James Suckling
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