Champagne Taittinger, "Prestige Rose" Brut
Reviews of purchase Taittinger, "Prestige Rose" Brut
Champagne saturated brilliant pink.
The taste of champagne slim, sleek, velvety, well structured, with hints of fresh fruits and berries.
In intense and fresh flavors of champagne shades of berries - wild raspberries, cherries and black currants.
Champagne great as an aperitif. It perfectly complements the dishes of meat, poultry, and goes well with young cheeses and fruit desserts.
"How to turn a good time in an exclusive? Drink sparkling rose wine!" - Said the wine correspondent Anthony Quinn in his article for Esquire. Taittinger, "Prestige Rose" Brut - a favorite not only Anthony Quinn. This champagne conquered many of his magnificent complex structure and elegant delicate taste. "Prestige Rose" Brut, created from a mixture of several different wines of Champagne harvest gets stunningly beautiful color with the addition of red wine Pinot Noir with great vineyards Ambonnay and Bouzy. This method gives a lively champagne color depth and brightness, as well as a balanced taste. Extract for three years on the lees gives the wine complexity and roundness, developing delicate aromas of red berries.
In 1734, Jacques Fournet, the seller of sparkling wines, has created a company that would later be called the "Taittinger". He was engaged in the sale of wines produced in the beginning of the XVIII century Benedictine Abbey of Hautvillers, Pierry, Verzy and Saint-Nicaise in Reims, who owned the best vineyards in Champagne. They cultivated vines and producing sparkling wines. Jacques Fournet company flourished throughout the XIX century. After World War I the company acquires the residence of the XIII century, the so-called "House of the Counts of Champagne." It was the home Thibault IV, a famous feudal medieval France during the reign of Louis IX. Thibault IV was King of Navarre, the owner of the Abbey of Saint-Nicaise and the last Count of Champagne. He was also a famous poet and musician, has been dubbed the "Thibault Minstrel." His muse was Blanche of Castile, Queen of France, wife of Louis VIII. Fleeing from unrequited love, Thibault IV fled from France, joining the crusade to the Holy Land. On the way back, Thibault IV brought from Cyprus vines that were the ancestors of this Chardonnay company "Taittinger". In the early XX century, companies merge and Tetenzhe Fournet, who came from Lorraine, who take control of the production of sparkling wines. Pierre Tetenzhe in 1932 acquires Chateau Marketter, XVIII century mansion, known for its vineyards, which were planted with Chardonnay and Pinot. Pierre decided that Chardonnay is the dominant brand in Tetenzhe, bringing lightness, grace, elegance and variety of flavors.
Produced House Tetenzhe champagne fairly quickly acquired the status of great wines. On the label of each bottle emblazoned coat of arms Thibault IV. Today Tetenzhe House is one of the greatest names in Champagne. Home Products are exported to over 100 countries around the world, as a sign of luxury and prestige.