Just in time for the brunch surge of 2010, Pommery has released their Springtime Brut RosÃ©, a sequel to their Wintertime Champagne. This delightful addition to the world’s first collection of seasonal champagnes has a fruity bouquet of tart red berries and mellow kiwi and a flavor that would pair perfectly with your Benedict, Florentine, or Norwegian eggs. The pale pink color is subtle and elegant, and the effervescence is exceptional — a perfect wakeup for your sleepy Sunday senses.
If you’re interested in the nitty-gritty details, the champagne is 60 percent Pinot Noir, 25 percent Chardonnay and 15 percent Meunier, and a blend of 40 percent Grand Cru villages, 30 percent Premier Cru villages and 30 percent other Crus. It’s aged for 20 months.
By Annie Scott | Source :: www.luxist.com