Geisweiler Excellence Rosé Brut Sparkling

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Geisweiler Excellence Rosé Brut is a delightfully fresh and delicate French Sparkling Wine, representing excellent value for money. Geisweiler is renowned as one of the oldest firms in Burgundy, founded in 1804 by Francois Geisweiler. Hailing from a long line of wine merchants, Geisweiler rapidly found success when the house became the supplier to the most prominent European Royal families. Today Geisweiler’s legacy is embodied within the range of Sparkling Wines that are certain to add a delightful effervescence to both your palate and celebratory occasions.

The freshness of the Rosé Brut makes this wine a delight on its own, or a great accompaniment to dishes including fruit or chocolate desserts.

  • 87 Points - National Liquor News Blind Sparkling & Champagne Tasting October 2017

Tasting Note: Delightfully fresh and delicate.

Additional Details

SKU:
10690-UNIT
Size:
750
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
France
Alcohol %:
11.5
Region:
Burgundy
Style:
Sparkling Rosé
Varietal:
Sparkling

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