Wine Gustave Lorentz Rose
- GRAPE EXCHANGE: Pinot Noir grape
- TYPE OF WINE: Sparkling
- Designation of Origin: Import
- ALCOHOL CONTENT: 12º vol.
- SERVICE TEMPERATURE: 5º C
- WINERIES: Gustave Lorentz
- TASTING NOTES: Pale cherry pink in color and with a tiny and persistent pearl, it captures the nose with delicious nuances of small red fruits that leave room for the intervention of yeasts and minerality, typical of the sparkling process and the terroir of origin, respectively.
- BARREL AGING: 18 months
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Elaboration of the Gustave Lorentz Rose champagne
The production of "Crémant d'Alsace" responds to very strict and qualitatively controlled production conditions.
The grapes must be harvested healthy and whole as required by the legislation identical to that of the production of champagne.
During the aging period the bottles are rotated daily from the horizontal to the vertical position in order to accumulate the yeast in the neck of the bottle. During disgorging, the neck of the bottle is frozen, so that the sediment is expelled by natural pressure.
What kind of wine is Gustave Lorentz Rose
Rich in nuances and with great personality, charm and elegance in the glass.
It is a fresh, fruity broth rich in aromas.
The Gustave Lorentz winery
It was in the second half of the seventeenth century, at the end of the Thirty Years' War, when we found the first vestiges of the Lorentz family in the town of Ribeauvillé. They were innkeepers or coopers then, but also gourmet, the old name for wine brokers, which gave them a status of choice in the community.
In 1748, Jean-Georges Lorentz, winemaker and blacksmith, was the first to settle in Bergheim, the future birthplace of our house.
His son, Pierre Lorentz, later married the granddaughter of the then mayor (Nicolas Schmitt). The generations followed one another with the births of Jacques Lorentz in 1798 and Charles Lorentz in 1836. That same year the Maison Lorentz was born in the city of Bergheim. This house that Georges Lorentz has the honor of leading today for the 7th generation.
Grape variety used in Gustave Lorentz Rose wine
Variety: 100% Pinot Noir
Gustave Lorentz Rose champagne pairing
Perfect for an aperitif or as an accompaniment to fish, seafood, white meat and certain desserts.
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