Le Grand Noir has introduced a new sparkling Brut Rosé from France.
This wine is made by secondary fermentation in the bottle, spending six months resting on lees prior to release. This process gives the wine fine bubbles and a creamy texture, the company says. The 100% grenache wine expresses aromas of red berries and rich fruit flavors.
“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. brand manager.
The new Le Grand Noir Brut Rosé, imported by Prestige Beverage Group, is available nationwide with a suggested retail price of $14.99 per 750-ml. bottle.
Le Grand Noir offers seven wines from traditional French varieties.