Rosé sparkling wine
Minimum 12 months aging on lees
Size: 750 ml
Type: brut nature (zéro dosage)
Dosage: 0 g/L
Alcohol level: 12 %
Serving temperature: 12 °C
Recommended cellaring time: up to 5 years
Made from grapes under organic conversion
Appellation: Vin du Québec certification (VQC) by Ecocert Canada
Suitable for vegans
Grape varieties: sabrevois, frontenac gris
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Appearance: Deep and bright salmon pink color
Aromatics: Fresh, delicate nose, fruity and young (with strawberries and rhubarb), but evolving towards notes that show a few months aging in the cellar. There’s also a nice floral accent.
Palate: Up front, the wine shows mostly textural, with a generous, mouth-filling mousse showing creamy yet refreshing bubbles. The brut nature effect (no residual sugar) gives focus to the fruity aromatics, making it feel like a background soundtrack played at a low volume. Those aromatic elements carry to an energetic finish with a well-integrated hint of bitterness. This extra brut sparkling wine is made to showcase the food on the table. A wonderfully well crafted wine, coherently expressing typical local grape varieties, with a fresh character reminiscent of strawberry and cranberry.
Focused without being overdone. Mineral without being neutral or bland.
Pairings: It’s when you have it with food that the wine shows what it’s all about. Pretty versatile for pairings, it’s particularly good with early summer dishes. Porc/white meat skewers grilled on the barbecue, shtimp or halloumi cheese mixed with grilled vegetables (peppers, red onion, cherry tomatoes and zucchini) and lardons. All it needs is a dish with a bit of richness (aka some fat!) and some grill marks to create a great contrasting match, thanks to its freshness and the bubbly texture.