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2014 de Venoge Champagne Princes Rosé

$99.99
2014 de Venoge Champagne Princes Rosé

While we worked with some of the tete de Cuvee releases in the past, it's been a while since we have offered anything noteworthy from de Venoge. The de Venoge house was founded in 1837 by a Swiss family that immigrated from Geneva and today boasts one of the largest collections of Vinoteque bottles in all of Champagne. The Princess is one of the Tete de Cuvees of the house and was a Cuvee first created in 1864 by Joseph de Venoge exclusively for the Princes d'Orange in the Rhone Valley. However, 2014 marks the first release of this rose as a Millisieme Champagne, whereas previous releases were non-vintage. The bottle takes on the unique shape of a decanter as an homage to how Champagne was served in a decanter to remove sediment before pouring. 100% Pinot Noir, the 2014 Princes Rose is sourced from the best plots from the petit and grand Montagne de Reims, which imbues minerality and focus, while grapes from Les Riceys accounting for the richness. It's a lovely bottle and shows how Pinot Noir excelled in the Montagne de Reims in '14, showing a beautiful dynamic between the purity of fruit and mineral and almost savory complexity finished with a 6g/l dosage. This is typically a $150 bottle, but we were able to source some at this low pricing, and we think it is an excellent buy for vintage Rose with age worth checking out.

James Suckling 97 points! "Aromas of cotton candy with so much perfume, as well as strawberry and cherry. Makes me smile. Lovely, linear character with softness and vivacity and a long, flavorful finish. Lots of red fruit. Saffron and Chinese spice. Very special character. Try it. So long. Lasts for minutes. All pinot. Drink now."

2014 de Venoge Champagne Princes Rosé

2014 de Venoge Champagne Princes Rosé

$150.00 -33%
$99.99
$150.00 -33%
$99.99


While we worked with some of the tete de Cuvee releases in the past, it's been a while since we have offered anything noteworthy from de Venoge. The de Venoge house was founded in 1837 by a Swiss family that immigrated from Geneva and today boasts one of the largest collections of Vinoteque bottles in all of Champagne. The Princess is one of the Tete de Cuvees of the house and was a Cuvee first created in 1864 by Joseph de Venoge exclusively for the Princes d'Orange in the Rhone Valley. However, 2014 marks the first release of this rose as a Millisieme Champagne, whereas previous releases were non-vintage. The bottle takes on the unique shape of a decanter as an homage to how Champagne was served in a decanter to remove sediment before pouring. 100% Pinot Noir, the 2014 Princes Rose is sourced from the best plots from the petit and grand Montagne de Reims, which imbues minerality and focus, while grapes from Les Riceys accounting for the richness. It's a lovely bottle and shows how Pinot Noir excelled in the Montagne de Reims in '14, showing a beautiful dynamic between the purity of fruit and mineral and almost savory complexity finished with a 6g/l dosage. This is typically a $150 bottle, but we were able to source some at this low pricing, and we think it is an excellent buy for vintage Rose with age worth checking out.

James Suckling 97 points! "Aromas of cotton candy with so much perfume, as well as strawberry and cherry. Makes me smile. Lovely, linear character with softness and vivacity and a long, flavorful finish. Lots of red fruit. Saffron and Chinese spice. Very special character. Try it. So long. Lasts for minutes. All pinot. Drink now."