The Rosé Brut Champagne of the Louis Casters House is a fresh and fruity wine appreciated for its delicacy.
It is made of 30% of Pinot Meunier, 30% of Pinot Noir, 30% of Chardonnay and 10% of red wine produced with Pinot Meunier Champagne from the soils of the Marne Valley, the Côte des Blancs and the Reims Mountain.
Like other wines of the Louis Casters House, this cuvee has the distinctive property of not having undergone malolactic fermentation. Malolactic fermentation, as with all fermentations, aims to develop the wine's aromas. Most Champagne Houses use malolactic fermentation to produce sweeter, mature and slightly lactic aromas. However, Louis Casters chooses not to use malolactic fermentation in order to preserve the fresh, floral and fruity aromas of the grapes.
This champagne of character is seductive and goes well with savory or fruity dishes.
Aspect: This Champagne has a seductive raspberry-pink color with deep salmon-pink highlights. Its appearance is quite smooth, and it is animated by very fine and lively bubbles.
Nose: The first nose suggests ripe strawberry, blackcurrant, raspberry and peppermint aromas. When aired, it develops notes of pink grapefruit, tangerine juice and fresh pomegranate.
Palate: The attack in the mouth is soft and fresh with a creamy and delicate fizziness. The wine develops on the palate a fruity depth reminiscent of raspberries, strawberries and pink grapefruit.
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Louis Casters has been based in the village of Damery since its foundation by Eugène Cadel in 1857. His direct descendants, the fifth generation of the family, continue to develop the House with passion, combining both tradition and modern technologies. The House distinguishes itself by not using malolactic fermentation in any of its wines to preserve the fresh, floral and fruity aromas of the grapes.