The Louis Roederer Rosé Vintage is another fine champagne from the prestigious Louis Roederer house. Just like Brut Premier, Louis Roederer’s Rosé Vintage is also enjoyed in most high class establishments and gatherings around the globe and its unique taste is easily distinguishable from any other blend. The Rosé Vintage sparkling wine is ranked to be amongst the best rosé champagnes worldwide.
History of Rosé Vintage
After Léon Olry Roederer rebuilt the family’s vineyards, he created various new blends that made this champagne house the household name it is now. Rosé Vintage was also created at that time and it is one of the blends that brought the house to new heights.
Today, Louis Roederer is one of the biggest and most reputable family owned champagne houses in the world and their champagnes are enjoyed by millions.
The grapes that are used in Louis Roederer Rosé Vintage need to attain the perfect maturity, which is quite hard to achieve in the changing champagne climate. As a result of this, a lot of money was invested in vineyards at Cumières where this signature blend is being created. This ensures that every bottle of Rosé Vintage is perfect and that it is created according to the highest standards.
The Signature Blend of Rosé Vintage
Rosé Vintage’s signature blend consists of 65% Pinot Noir, 35% Chardonnay, 20% of which is other wine that was matured in oak barrels. This combination of flavors and styles gives the Rosé Vintage its signature and one-of-a-kind smell, taste and color.
Every bottle of Rosé Vintage is matured for 4 years and is left for a minimum of 6 months in order to attain the perfect maturity. As a result of this, every bottle of this sparkling wine has the same, high quality taste.
The Characteristics of Rosé Vintage
Louis Roederer’s Rosé Vintage has unique characteristics that you won’t find in any other champagne. The initial taste is fresh, but it is quickly followed by exotic notes and the taste of Chardonnay grapes. You can clearly taste the maturity of the fruits that are in this blend. You’ll most likely taste red wild berries, citrus zest and dried fruits. You might also taste a rich smoke and mineral notes on the finish.
Rosé Vintage has a light golden rosé color which makes it clearly distinguishable from the other Louis Roederer champagnes. This pink sparkling wine goes well with any seafood, as well as brie-cheese. The 12% alcohol rate also ensures that you will feel the effects of the champagne without even realizing it.
Rosé Vintage in Maxim Wien
Just like a couple of other Louis Roederer champagnes, Rosé Vintage is also available on Maxim’s Champagne Card. You can also find other blends from the Louis Roederer house, such as the Brut Premier, Roederer Cristal and Roederer Cristal Rosé.
Many clients choose to buy a bottle of Rosé Vintage, not just because the Maxim girls love it, but also because of how exquisite this rosé champagne is. Of course, the ladies that you’ll meet in the club also like it when a gentleman invites them to one of these highly prestigious drinks – which also has its benefits!