To be perfectly honest with you, in general I find non alcoholic sparkling Rosé wines to be a little on the sweet side for me. The good ones (like Noughty) I can appreciate for their taste and quality, but I am always going to favour a dryer Brut over a sweeter Rosé. Just to set the scene for you!
The Leitz range is a pretty exceptional one, everything I have tried to date has been pretty high quality (especially their Riesling).
In the glass this is a beautiful warm pink hue, very traditional colouring for a Rosé. On the nose I am getting raspberry and strawberry notes, that are a little on the tart side.
In the mouth? DELICIOUS! REALLY well balanced and erring away from the sweeter side. The Pinot Noir grapes are giving great mouth feel, great depth of flavour. It’s nicely dry, tart and fruity all at the same time. A nice light bead. This wine is well and truly refreshing!
A GREAT summer sipper!
Buy Again?: Yes
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|Cals per 100ml||22.8 cal|
|Carbs per 100ml||5.1 g|
|Sugar per 100ml||5.1 g|
|Country of Origin||Germany|
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