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GOSSET 0 GOSSET Grand Rosé Brut

Grand Rosé Brut

$50.46** Suggested retail price

Product codeProduct code 74450
FormatFormat 12x375ml
Listing typeListing type Speculative
StatusStatus Unavailable
CountryCountry France
Regulated designationRegulated designation Appellation origine controlée (AOC)
RegionRegion Champagne
AppellationAppellation Champagne
Varietal(s)Varietal(s) Chardonnay 58 %
Pinot Noir 42 %
ColorColor Rose
SugarSugar Brut
Winery's websiteWinery's website Click here
  • About this winery

    Founded in 1584, Gosset is the oldest wine producer in Champagne. At that time, the wines of Champagne were still table wines produced from pinot noir and chardonnay; the wines from Ay were ranked with the wines of Beaune as the finest in France. It was not until the 18thCentury that the production of sparkling wine began; to this day Gosset uses the same antique flask bottle that was first used in the 1700’s. Today Champagne Gosset is owned by the Cointreau family, also owners of Cognac...

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Product reviews


    - 93 Points -

    Wine Advocate

    The NV Brut Grand Rose is a beautiful, precise wine. Chalky, mineral notes frame a core of expressive, perfumed fruit as this taut, focused rose opens up in the glass. The wine reveals tons of depth in a focused, vibrant style. This is a superb...
     [+] Detailed press review

    December 2009


    - 92 Points -

    Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar

    Bright pink. Intense, spice-accented aromas of dried red fruits, blood orange, cinnamon and minerals, with a subtle note of anise. Dry and precise but fleshy, with very good depth to its tangy redcurrant and bitter cherry flavors. A refreshing jolt...
     [+] Detailed press review

    December 2011


    - 90 Points -

    Wine Spectator

    A fresh, lively rosé, with a light grain to the texture and notes of juicy white cherry and raspberry fruit mixing with hints of almond, smoke and spice. Citrusy acidity leads to the lightly chalky finish. Drink now through 2018.
     [+] Detailed press review

    December 2011