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The Rosier Cremant Magnum has countless fine bubbles that swiftly rise to the surface, giving it a luminous appearance. The scent is refreshing and inviting, reminiscent of white fruits like apples and pears, with hints of yellow flesh fruits and a lingering aroma of spring flowers.

This is the perfect bottle for any festive gathering, wedding day morning, bachelorette parties, wedding showers, birthdays and more!

In 1982, the Rosier family made the move from their hometown of Champagne to Limoux, where they purchased a vineyard property in Villelongue d'Aude. With a fresh start, they immediately began restructuring the vineyard and replaced the existing red Aramon vines with Chardonnay, Chenin, Mauzac, and Pinot Noir. This led to the creation of their first 'cuvée' in 1983, producing only 600 bottles.

The first records of sparkling wine trace back to the region of Limoux. Written records, dating back to the 1500's reveal the Monks of St Hilaire making sparkling wine. The famous Blanquette de Limoux is made in the same method as Champagne and must contain a minimum of 90% Mauzac, with the rest Chardonnay or Chenin Blanc

Rosier Cremant NV Magnum

SKU: 857704
Regular price $47.95
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COUNTRY: France

REGION: Limoux

VARIETAL: Blend

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FORMAT: 1500 ML

The Rosier Cremant Magnum has countless fine bubbles that swiftly rise to the surface, giving it a luminous appearance. The scent is refreshing and inviting, reminiscent of white fruits like apples and pears, with hints of yellow flesh fruits and a lingering aroma of spring flowers.

This is the perfect bottle for any festive gathering, wedding day morning, bachelorette parties, wedding showers, birthdays and more!

In 1982, the Rosier family made the move from their hometown of Champagne to Limoux, where they purchased a vineyard property in Villelongue d'Aude. With a fresh start, they immediately began restructuring the vineyard and replaced the existing red Aramon vines with Chardonnay, Chenin, Mauzac, and Pinot Noir. This led to the creation of their first 'cuvée' in 1983, producing only 600 bottles.

The first records of sparkling wine trace back to the region of Limoux. Written records, dating back to the 1500's reveal the Monks of St Hilaire making sparkling wine. The famous Blanquette de Limoux is made in the same method as Champagne and must contain a minimum of 90% Mauzac, with the rest Chardonnay or Chenin Blanc