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Pol Roger Brut Rose Extra Cuvee de Reserve Champagne 2009 750ML

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Retail: $125.99
Our Price: Price: $104.99
You Save: $21.00 (16.7%)
    Points to Purchase:2100
    Points Earned:105
    Bonus Points Earned:0
    Brand: Pol Roger

    This Wine Is Rated:

    • JS 92 Points
    • RP 91 Points


    An intense pink peppercorn colour with a fine stream of persistent bubbles. The nose has aromas of red fruits and summer berries. On the palate the first impression is freshness with notes of fragrant wild strawberry, this develops into creamy ripeness with a hint of vanilla. If the wine is allowed to blossom in the glass, a further layer of citrus aromas appears, with notes of grapefruit on the finish. The wine boasts a linear structure and rare nesse complemented by intensity of flavour. This is a Rosé Champagne with great personality. - Winery

    I like the 2009 vintage for rose. Here, it delivers a playfully fruit-fueled core of bold cherries and watermelon with some chalky moments on the palate. This has a very inviting attitude. Drink now. - James Suckling 92 Points

    Blending 60% Pinot Noir and 40% Chardonnay with 15% Pinot Noir red wine from the Montagne de Reims, Pol Roger’s 2009 Vintage Brut Rose displays an intense salmon/onion color and a rich, vinous bouquet of red berries and cherries that come along as ripe and dried fruit flavors. Full-bodied, round and dry, with very fine tannins giving a firm, refreshing and grippy structure framing body and the intense fruit, this is an elegant, fresh and finessed rose with a delicate Pinot character on the finish. Aged for seven years on the second lees, the 2009 reveals good length and structure and is a serious gastronomic rose. The lot number L81452849E displayed on the packaging note is illegible on the bottle. Tasted July 2018. - Robert Parker 91 Points