A beautiful garnet in color, this Rosè NV has a delicate, fine mousse and rich, fruit flavors. This full-bodied sparkler starts with floral and berry aromas which introduce flavors of cherry, raspberry and wild strawberry, finishing delicately with zesty acidity.
Our Rose NV was first released in 2004 under limited production. The wine’s color and taste was inspired from sparkling Rosés from around the world. The wine is made in the “Saignee” method by adding 2% still pinot noir to the blend to create the beautiful garnet pink color.
Founded in 1984, Gruet Winery specializes in Methode Champenoise sparkling wines. Family owned and run, the New Mexico-based winery produces Pinot Noir and Chardonnay-based sparkling wines and a small collection of still wines, with roots originating from Gilbert Gruet’s Champagne house in Bethon, France. More than 25 vintages later, Gruet Winery has achieved unprecedented acclaim and remains a favorite of the nation’s top sommeliers.
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Autobuy. We’re still working through the last gruet options, but at ~4 cheaper than our local liquor store stocks this, grabbing for convenience. Can I make a request to have similar fizzy wines at least once a quarter? Cause it makes brunch much nicer. Thanks!
I don’t think I’ve ever passed on an offering from Gruet! Still have quite a bit in stock, but I love being able to sip “champagne” any old time. Definitely don’t need to wait for an “occasion” to enjoy Gruet!
Most of the last case I bought, I handed out to people I don’t really know, who do good work in my community.
Just showed up where they were volunteering and said, Thanks. What you do is appreciated. You should celebrate
The facial expressions were worth every penny.
Now I need a case for myself.
Wish I could find someone that lives in a ship to state that is visiting the Cleveland area. I could buy a case, have it shipped to you, and then reward you for bringing it to me and my thirsty friends!
“Why champers should always be stored in the fridge: Scientists reveal sparkling wine lives longest at 4C”
By Daily Mail Reporter
17:57 EDT 07 Feb 2014, updated 06:29 EDT 08 Feb 2014
PHOTO CAPTION: “Beverage of billionaires: A Barcelona University research team conducted tests that proved keeping champagne in the fridge prevented it developing a browning compound called 5-HMF that turns wine bad”
ARTICLE: “Champagne should be stored in fridge as scientists reveal sparkling wine lives longer at 4C
They tested bottles stored over two years and searched for the compound at different temperatures: room, cellar and refrigerator.
The study, published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, showed refrigerating sparkling wines almost completely prevented browning.
Currently, wineries detect the so-called browning of bubbly by measuring its absorption of light.
But experts agree on one thing.
Champagne should not be stored upright because that can cause the cork to shrink and allow oxygen inside.”
Brut rosé is one of our very favorites. This Gruet on Casemates is probably the best brut rosé deal in the universe. Such killer QPR. I was down to one bottle, waiting for this offer to show up. Thanks, WineDavid. Now please have crappy offers for the next month.