Langlois-Chateau Cremant de Loire Rosé

Langlois Chateau (Crémant de Loire)

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Langlois Chateau is the maker of this Langlois-Chateau Cremant de Loire Rosé ($16.12), a sparkling wine from Crémant de Loire that contains groslot and cabernet franc grapes and has an alcoholic strength of 12.5%. 4 of 5 points is the average score of this sparkling according to Drinks&Co users.

Technical sheet · Langlois-Chateau Cremant de Loire Rosé

Type Of Wine: sparkling wine
Sparkling Color: Rosé
Appellation:Crémant de Loire (Loire,France)
Winery: Langlois Chateau
Volume: 75cl Other volumes
Grapes: Cabernet Franc, Groslot
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.: 12.5%

Description · Langlois Chateau

Langlois-Chateau Cremant de Loire Rosé (Cabernet Franc and Groslot)

TASTING NOTES OF Langlois-Chateau Cremant de Loire Rosé:

  • View: pale pink.
  • Nose: fruity nose, with elegant notes of red fruits.
  • Mouth: fresh, ample, fruity flavor.

APPELLATION: Cremant de Loire.

VINEYARD: Langlois Chateau

GRAPES: 100% Cabernet Franc.

WINE PAIRING: red fruit desserts.

TEMPERATURE: 8-10 °C

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Blanco & Gomez  Wine Merchants INT

Posted on at 05.03

4/5

Langlois-Chateau Cremant de Loire Rosé

Light pink in colour and an elegant nose of red fruit. The wine displays a fresh, fruity and full-bodied palate bursting with raspberry and blackcurrant.

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Anonymous

Posted on at 10.59

4 /5

- Delicate partridge-eye colour due to the age on lees. This varietal wine is a perennial favourite and often sells faster than Langlois can produce it, although they never compromise on quality to release early.
- The flavours are of pure raspberry and blackcurrant with a freshness that leaves a good many more illustrious sparkling Roses standing.
- The Cremant de Loire Appellation is among the most demanding sparkling wine appellations in France (far more stringent than, for example Saumur or Vouvray Brut, for the former of which the Langlois wines would naturally qualify).
- Under the auspices of Bollinger, Langlois has further augmented the regulations to equal, and even exceed, those of Champagne: A majority of chalky soils, very favourable to elegant wines. Hand picking in small baskets in order to collect only the best grapes. 150 kg of grapes for 100 litres of must. A minimum maturing of 12 months in bottle. Selection of the grapes on the best terroirs of the area of Saumur. Total control of the pressing on a pneumatic press. Fermentation in small vats, allowing precise control.
- A minimum maturing of 24 months in bottle, or more, depending on the cuvee.
- "Don't be a Scrooge and crack open a dirt-cheap pink hoping the hue will mask its faults. It won't. Serve instead this redcurrant and strawberry laden rose made, a la methode champenoise, from cabernet franc grapes, and rejoice. "
- Jane MacQuitty The Times 22 November 2008.
Mary Wilson

Posted on at 06.18

4 /5

I drank it with my ex.
A beautiful colour. A Crémant de Loire with yeasty aromas. Is a  with a harmonious flavour.
The Langlois-Chateau Cremant de Loire Rosé pairs well with meat.
Thedrinkshop

Posted on at 05.18

4 /5

- Delicate partridge-eye colour due to the age on lees. This varietal wine is a perennial favourite and often sells faster than Langlois can produce it, although they never compromise on quality to release early.
- The flavours are of pure raspberry and blackcurrant with a freshness that leaves a good many more illustrious sparkling Roses standing.
- The Cremant de Loire Appellation is among the most demanding sparkling wine appellations in France (far more stringent than, for example Saumur or Vouvray Brut, for the former of which the Langlois wines would naturally qualify).
- Under the auspices of Bollinger, Langlois has further augmented the regulations to equal, and even exceed, those of Champagne: A majority of chalky soils, very favourable to elegant wines. Hand picking in small baskets in order to collect only the best grapes. 150 kg of grapes for 100 litres of must. A minimum maturing of 12 months in bottle. Selection of the grapes on the best terroirs of the area of Saumur. Total control of the pressing on a pneumatic press. Fermentation in small vats, allowing precise control.
- A minimum maturing of 24 months in bottle, or more, depending on the cuvee.
- "Don't be a Scrooge and crack open a dirt-cheap pink hoping the hue will mask its faults. It won't. Serve instead this redcurrant and strawberry laden rose made, a la methode champenoise, from cabernet franc grapes, and rejoice. "
- Jane MacQuitty The Times 22 November 2008.

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