Le Grand Noir has introduced a Méthode Traditionelle Brut Rosé from France.
This wine is a blend of Grenache and Carignan grapes created in the same traditional method used to make sparkling wines in Champagne, France.
The wine expresses aromas of red berries and fruit flavors, the company says, with delicate bubbles.
Le Grand Noir offers eight wines from traditional French varieties, now including the Brut Rosé.
“The demand in the U.S. for high quality sparkling wine continues to grow as consumers are exploring more premium sparkling wines from around the world,” says John Uniacke, Le Grand Noir U.S.A brand manager. “This delicious Brut Rosé will be the perfect serve for all the #rosé brunch crowds.”
The new Le Grand Noir Brut Rosé, imported by Prestige Beverage Group, will be on shelves nationwide beginning June 1 with a suggested retail price of $18.99 per 750-ml. bottle.