Legendary champagne house Moët & Chandon established Domaine Chandon in 1986 to produce exceptional Australian sparkling wines from traditional grape varieties using the exact ‘méthode traditionnelle’ employed in Champagne, France. Excited by the capacity to produce wines of great elegance, finesse and individuality, Chandon’s winemakers began to make small quantities of still wines in the late 1990s, now the Domaine Chandon still wine range.
A striking rose petal pink hue of medium intensity with delicate bead and persistent mousse. Aromas of fresh strawberries, pomegranate and cherry Danish are overlaid by a complex bouquet drawing from ageing on yeast lees. Subtle wild mushroom and savoury elements sit in the background. The palate is refreshing with layers of redcurrant, cherry sorbet and pink grapefruit zest alongside hazelnut and biscuit flavours. Chandon Brut Rosé is delightfully dry, with a creamy texture and persistent acidity.
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