NV Haute Couture Rose French Bubbles

NV Haute Couture Rosé French Bubbles

HAUTE COUTURE

FRENCH BUBBLES
ROSÉ NV

 NV Haute Couture Rose French Bubbles
Haute Couture French Bubbles unites the worlds of wine and fashion by fusing an ideal combination of flavor, style, packaging, and price. Their winemaking team perfectly unified traditional French winemaking with a new-world like fruit and mouthfeel, and at $28, this wine will make many friends… 
 
The winery is owned by Jean-Charles Boisset, who grew up at his parents Château du Clos Vougeot. He now operates one of the most impressive family-owned wine empires, with around 20 estates from France to California.
 
The blend combined Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes from several regions in France, and the wine team crafted it using traditional methods. After fermenting the grapes into still wine, they add a specific amount of liqueur de tirage (a liquid solution of yeast, wine, sugar,) to begin secondary fermentation. The next step is the dosage, which adds sugar back into the wine to soften it, and the results are stunning.
 
HAUTE COUTURE
FRENCH BUBBLES
ROSÉ NV
Retails at: $30
 
Your Price: $28
 
“Pale pink in color with enticing aromas and flavors of juicy cherry, blackberry and raspberry. On the palate, this rosé is creamy and has the perfect dosage for a delicately sweet finish”
Bouquin-Dupont Grand Cru Champagne Blanc de Blancs

Bouquin Dupont Grand Cru Champagne Blanc de Blancs

BOUQUIN DUPONT

GRAND CRU CHAMPAGNE
BLANC DE BLANCS

Bouquin-Dupont Grand Cru Champagne Blanc de Blancs
It’s rare to taste a wine so brilliant, that it makes you want to hang your hat and forget about the rest for a while… Dupont Grand Cru is that wine.  A remarkable expression of grower Champagne, and in the under $150/btl category, in our shop, it’s the best that we’ve ever carried.  The flavors and aromas are wonderfully developed, profound and exhilarating.  Aging for an impressive 4 to 10 years sur lie, many of the world’s top Grand Cru Champagnes age for a similar length of time on the lees, resulting in a rich, yet focused and linear with an intensity that I love… This one will simply compete with ANY prestige Champagne you can think of.  Period.
 
Grand Cru Champagne is very rare as only 17 of the 319 villages in Champagne produce Grand Cru quality grapes. This wine originates from Dupont’s Grand Cru Vineyard in the heart of Côte des Blancs. Comprised of 100% Chardonnay grapes that were sorted by hand, and pressed traditionally to collect the noblest juice.  With just a minuscule amount imported into the US, we don’t expect this beauty to be available for long…      
 
BOUQUIN DUPONT
GRAND CRU CHAMPAGNE
BLANC DE BLANCS
Retails at:  $65.00/btl
 
Your Price: $54.99/btl
 
 
Tasting Notes: “Indescribably brilliant with a freshness and vibrancy that need to be experienced to be believed , this otherworldly Champagne cascades wave after wave of candied citrus, quince, yellow plum and green pear fruit with elements of wet stone/saline-like minerality, toast, white flowers and a hint of ginger. On your palate, it takes over and puts your swallow reflex into overdrive, then the expansive finish grows for a minute plus, leaving you begging for another sip.  It’s simply my new favorite Champagne. ”   97 Points, Kevin M. Vogt, Master Sommelier
Customers that enjoy Bouquin DuPont’s Grand Cru Champagne may also enjoy these two fantastic Champagnes…
RH Coutier Grand Cru Champagne NV 2006 Dom Perignon Brut Champagne
RH COUTIER
GRAND CRU CHAMPAGNE
CHAMPAGNE, FRANCE
Retails at:  $50.00/btl
 
Your Price: $39.99/btl 
 
An absolutely stunning Grand Cru Champagne, Grand Cru is very rare in Champagne, as only 17 of the 319 villages there produce Grand Cru quality grapes.  Reaping the rewards from aging for an impressive 4 to 6 years sur lie, many of the world’s top Grand Cru Champagnes age for a similar length of time on the lees, resulting in a rich, yeasty style that’s rarely available at this very realistic price. 
DOM PERIGNON 
BRUT CHAMPAGNE
2006 VINTAGE
Retails at: $200.00/btl
 
Your Price: $179.99/btl
 
From Vinous: “… the 2006 shows off fabulous intensity in a style that brings together the ripeness of 2002 with the greater sense of verve and overall freshness that is such a signature of the 2004… The 2006 falls into the family of riper, more voluptuous Dom Perignons, but without veering into the level of opulence seen in vintages such as 2002.”  97 Points