Quartet, Anderson Valley
- Pinot Noir,Chardonnay
- A slight creaminess and flavours of hazlenut, pear and citrus.
- Alcohol %:
- New World
- Bottle Size:
- Wine Code:
- Other Info:
- The Louis Roederer Wine Estate located in the Anderson Valley, Mendocino in California the Roederer Estate was founded by Jean-Claude Rouzaud, then president of Champagne Louis Roederer and fifth generation descendant of the founder. In 1981 the 580-acre Anderson Valley vineyard and winery site was acquired in order to preserve the family tradition of family owned estates. There are four distinct vineyards on the estate - hence the name Quartet - from which all the grapes are sourced. The grapes used are the same as used in Champagne - Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.
Among the Estate's land are vineyards farmed organically and biodynamically.
A very crisp and elegant style of New World sparkling wine. This show some spiciness and lots of orchard fruits. The palate is fresh with a slight creaminess and flavours of hazlenut, pear and citrus.
- '"Good complexity with a persistent finish" and "attractive, biscuity... a zesty and refreshing style", enthused the judges of this great value sparkling wine. Estate grown Chardonnay (60%) and Pinot Noir are complemented by oak-aged reserve wines in each year's blend. Fermentation takes place in high-grade stainless steel tanks and there's zero to minimal malolactic to ensure precision and freshness. Aged for a minimum of two years on lees.' - The Wine Merchant
'Near Mendocino, 125 miles north of San Francisco, the champagne house Roederer produces sparkling wine. A blend of chardonnay and pinot noir, this fruity, crisp fizz is a fine way to start your Thanksgiving feast.' - Will Lyons, The Times
There are no currently no reviews for this product.
You must be registered and logged in as a customer to add a review
- Food match:
A great wine to drink with a luxurious brunch! A dish of Eggs Royale, for example, would go beautifully for a real treat.
- Food recipe: