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Champagne Vincent Couche Rosé Désir Extra Brut

Champagne Vincent Couche Rosé Désir Extra Brut

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Champagne Vincent Couche Rosé Désir, Extra Brut Organic & Vegan NV is a must-try for wine lovers seeking a refined taste experience. This cuvee features an exquisite blend of 75% Pinot Noir and 25% Chardonnay, with a low dosage of 4g/L that adds to its distinctive taste.

Champagne Vincent Couche Rosé Désir presents itself with an intense and elegant nose of red fruits, dominated by succulent strawberry aromas. On the palate, it is dry and crisp, revealing flavours of citrus and pomegranate. Its lovely lingering minerality and complexity leave a pleasant aftertaste that lingers on the tongue.

Crafted using low-intervention techniques, this organic and vegan champagne is the perfect choice for those who value authenticity and ethical production methods. Unlike other wines that rely on artificial additives, Vincent Couche Rosé Desire preserves the purity of its ingredients, ensuring a genuine taste experience that's also good for the planet.

Whether you're celebrating a special occasion or looking for a delicious wine to pair with your favorite meals, Champagne Vincent Couche Rosé Desire is the perfect choice. With its crisp, fruity taste and elegant, refined character, this champagne will elevate your wine drinking experience to a whole new level. Vegan-friendly Champagne: The perfect choice for UK celebrations

 In the heart of the Côte des Bar, I have been cultivating my vines biodynamically since 2008. The vineyard is spread over two terroirs: Montgueux, with a plot of Chardonnay facing south on chalk soil, and Buxeuil, where we find majority of Pinot Noir on Kimmeridgian soils, clay-limestone or clay-marl. Anxious to give meaning to my job as a winegrower, I naturally turned to biodynamic agriculture. My primary objective is to vinify authentic, quality wines. The fundamental principle of Biodynamics is to offer the vines a balanced and harmonious environment, the diversity of fauna and flora being a key factor. On the vinification side, this means that our methods are also as natural as possible. Biodynamics allows me to produce healthy wines.  Vincent Couche

What is the difference between brut and Extra Brut champagne?
On the Champagne sweetness scale, 0-3 grams of sugar per liter is brut nature, 0-6 grams of sugar is extra brut, and 0-12 grams of sugar is brut. Moving up the scale, 12-17 grams of sugar per liter is extra dry, 17-32 grams of sugar is sec, 32-50 grams of sugar is demi-sec, and 50 and above is called doux.
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