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Champagne of the week: Taittinger Comtes de Champagne Rose Millesime 2004
This week, we present you with one of the most exclusive champagnes of world - Comtes de Champagne Rose...
Despite unfavorable weather conditions, vintage of 2004 of the house Taittinger was excellent. In addition to the cold winter and rainy spring, a pleasant summer and rainy autumn period, their harvest was really great and as a result, it offered us the perfect champagne. That year, the grape harvest, which started in September with Chardonnay, was found to be most abundant in the history of this house. The quality of chardonnay was inviolable, balanced, complex, long-lasting, fresh and lively. Pinot Noir on the other side, was described as elegant and structured.
Why is this story about picking essential? Well, because Taittinger Comtes de Champagne Rose Millesime 2004 consists of 70% Pinot Noir and 30% Chardonnay. This mixture is characterized by its freshness and finesse that anyone can recognize. In preparing this champagne every part of the fruit juice is used and nothing goes to waste, and as a result we get the complex aroma and full taste that makes everyone feel good.
This champagne has a rich pink color. Its bubbles are delicate and beautifully form low foam. The smell of champagne reveals complex aromas of berries that are combined with wild strawberries, Morello cherries and blackcurrant. Beyond that, you can feel a touch of almond and licorice. The central part of the taste is very rich, with tannins that remind us of pears. Generous final sense keeps the balance of entire drink and refreshes the soul and body.
Taittinger Comtes de Champagne Rose Millesime 2004 can be combined with anything you like - you can drink it with lunch or dessert with fruit, we are sure you will enjoy.
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