Gem.Brut Rose is well balanced between acidity, sugar and fruit. Flavours of strawberry and peaches. On the finish, citrusy with a hint of lime and yeast.
As with every sparkling wine, the production of Sparkling Rosé occurs in two stages. In the first stage, a white still wine is made from Chardonnay grapes and a second still red wine is made from Pinot Noir grapes. These two wines are then blended, creating a still wine with a beautiful rose hue.
This blend then undergoes second vinification in-tank called the Charmat method—where, using selected yeasts, secondary fermentation (lasting approximately one month) takes place in pressurized tanks before the wine is bottled under pressure. The Charmat method is well-suited for wines made from aromatic grape varieties since it preserves the character of the grapes, thus yielding fresh, fruity, and fragrant sparkling wines.