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Chandon Late Disgorged Rosé 2009

Chandon Late Disgorged Rosé 2009

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Age alone does not make a Late Disgorged wine remarkable. To retain youthfulness and vibrancy after all those years, a wine requires that rare confluence of quality vineyard sites, a winemaker’s patience and the transformational effect of time on yeast. For this reason, Late Disgorged represents the pinnacle of sparkling winemaking and a special piece of history.

Wine Profile
Pale pink colour with very fine bubbles and persistent mousse. Complex and seductive nose. Aromas of white peach, subtle strawberry and acacia flower overlay toast and fresh baked sourdough. The palate is generous with baked nectarine, strawberry and dried fruit flavours supported by fine texture and delicate acidity. A well-integrated and balanced wine.
Grapes were sourced from a range of the finest cool climate viticultural sites in the southern wine regions of Australia, including the Yarra Valley, Tasmania, Whitlands Plateau and Macedon. At a range of altitudes from 250m to 820m elevation respectively, the location of these vineyards brings cool nights, allowing the slow development of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir flavours while retaining terrific natural acidity.
Grapes were picked at the onset of fruit ripeness during early February through to early March at 10.0° - 11.6° baumé. The grapes were picked in the cooler parts of the day to preserve quality and ensure minimal colour was extracted during the cuvée pressing. The grapes from each site were pressed and fermented separately to preserve their unique characteristics. Chardonnay and Pinot Noir cuvées from the Yarra Valley, Tasmania and Whitlands Plateau were sourced for this special long ageing wine. Chandon Late Disgorged Rosé 2009 spent over nine years ageing on yeast. The delicate pink blush was the result of a small amount of red Pinot Noir wine.
Food Pairing Notes
Charcuterie; Salmon and cucumber sandwiches
Other Notes
While a challenging season marked by devastating bushfires, Chandon’s multi-regional fruit sourcing approach ensured consistent quality across the 2009 release wines. Having had perfect conditions for fruit set during December and early January, unusually warm conditions in early February encouraged rapid ripening across the Yarra Valley and Victoria. Chandon was fortunate to have picked its Yarra Valley floor fruit before the fires struck and to have access to a selection of high altitude fruit in the Upper Yarra Valley and King Valley.
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