Top wines in the Asian media

27th August, 2013 by Andy Young

Louis Roederer Brut Rosé 2008

Louis Roederer Brut Rosé 2008This is the Champagne recommended by Sarah Wong in the South China Morning Post. She wrote: “The most common method to make rosé Champagne is to blend red wine with white wine. Higher quality wines will use the saignée (bleeding) method. This involves red grapes and brief skin contact with the juice to add colour.

“The Roederer Rosé is made from a selection of Pinot Noir harvested at higher ripeness levels, and 30% of the blend is made from Chardonnay to add structure and acidity of the wine.”

In describing the wine, she added: “A beautiful, translucent, pale salmon colour. Delicate strawberry fruit. Medium body, elegant and well-balanced.”

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