While this offering easily wins the prize for most festive looking bottle, it also represents the latest release from one of Champagne's most well-known houses. This wine is the partner to Taittinger's existing Nocturne, a "sec" Champagne which has some sweetness to it.
The new Taittinger Nocturne Rosé Sec is a blend of 30% Chardonnay and 70% Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier from about 30 different vineyards, aged for 4 years prior to disgorgement. With 17.5 g/l of sugar the wine is slightly sweet but pleasantly so and balanced by a cleansing acidity. Notes of ripe red berries make this wine delightful to enjoy on its own or paired with a variety of cuisines.
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