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NV R. Dumont et Fils Brut Rose
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NV R. Dumont et Fils Brut Rose

Producer: R. Dumont et Fils
Style: Sparkling
Grape Type: Champagne Blend
Origin: France
Region: Champagne

Expert Reviews

91 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - December 2013

(100% saignee pinot noir; L09180):  Dark pink.  Earthy, musky and pungent, with a smoky mineral quality lifting ripe red berry and blood orange aromas.  Sappy and nicely concentrated, offering wild strawberry and raspberry flavors that show depth as well as purity and energy.  The refreshingly bitter finish leaves behind suave floral and smoky mineral notes.

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by Riesling-QPR
It's aromatic, flavorful and somewhat dry, all good things in my book. The bubbles last long, and I prefer it to R. Dumont's excellent, regular (brut, non-rose) NV bottling. But this is not for those who insist their bubbly be barrenly, bone dry or austerely acidic.
A favorite
by jhd24
Particularly in summertime.
Delicate, and well balanced.
by cdh
A beautiful rose champagne to look at, and to taste. Subtle, delicate flavors, with a perfect acidity level and great bubbles. Went very well with roast goose.
by Wine me?
This was an excellent wine, though memories of the Diebolt-Vallois Blanc de Blancs kept me from completely loving this wine. Next time maybe I'll drink them together for a head-to-head match-up. Definitely tasty all the way around.
a rose by any other name....
by weingott
this is really almost a red wine, and given how its made that no surprise. soft and fruity and was a big hit at new years eve dinner.


About Champagne

Champagne-making is the highly refined art of blending base wines into a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts. These component wines come from different grape varieties (the white grape Chardonnay and the red varieties Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier) and from different villages and vineyards. And because only four or five harvests per decade...
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