“Parigot” Monochrome Brut Rose NV

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Pinot Noir | Burgundy | France | Sparkling Wine | Parigot et Richard | N.V. | 0,75 L | 12,5 %
About
Parigot Crémant Brut Rosé "Monochrome" is a dry, sparkling rosé wine, meticulously crafted from Pinot Noir grapes selected from the esteemed vineyards of Burgundy, France. This crémant showcases the traditional method of sparkling wine production, highlighting Parigot's dedication to quality and the expression of Burgundy's unique terroir through the lens of the Pinot Noir varietal. "Monochrome" aptly captures the singular focus on this grape, resulting in a sparkling wine that offers elegance, depth, and a vibrant expression of the region's viticultural heritage.
Producer
From the north of Burgundy to the very south, the sparkling wines here showcase the diversity of the region's terroirs. The village of Savigny-le-Bon is considered the birthplace of traditional methods of sparkling wine production. Created here in the heart of the Côte de Beaune region, sparkling wines convey all the classic qualities of a particular terroir. Pinot Noir and Chardonnay are the leading grape varieties. At the beginning of the last century, Emile Parigot chose a profession unusual for his native region, becoming a producer of sparkling wines. His example was followed by five generations who continued the traditions laid down by him. Over time, the methods have improved, resulting in the creation of sparkling wines of the highest quality worthy of the Parigot name.
Tasting notes

Tasting notes for Parigot Crémant Brut Rosé “Monochrome” reveal a delicate array of red berries and floral aromas, with a hint of peach and a subtle touch of spice, leading to a lively palate characterized by its fine bubbles, refreshing acidity, and a crisp, clean finish. The balanced complexity and nuanced flavors make it a standout sparkling rosé that invites sip after sip.

Pairing

This Crémant Brut Rosé pairs wonderfully with light starters such as smoked salmon canapés or a fresh summer salad, where its acidity and fruitiness can cut through the richness and complement the flavors. It also makes an excellent companion to fruit-based desserts, such as a berry tart or peach cobbler, where the wine’s berry notes and effervescence enhance the sweetness and freshness of the dessert, creating a delightful and harmonious pairing.

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Parigot et Richard
From the north of Burgundy to the very south, the sparkling wines here showcase the diversity of the region's terroirs. The village of Savigny-le-Bon is considered the birthplace of traditional methods of sparkling wine production. Created here in the heart of the Côte de Beaune region, sparkling wines convey all the classic qualities of a particular terroir. Pinot Noir and Chardonnay are the leading grape varieties. At the beginning of the last century, Emile Parigot chose a profession unusual for his native region, becoming a producer of sparkling wines. His example was followed by five generations who continued the traditions laid down by him. Over time, the methods have improved, resulting in the creation of sparkling wines of the highest quality worthy of the Parigot name.
Pinot Noir has very aromatic profile, very fresh acidity and low level of quaite soft tannins. The nature of Pinot Noir wine is its flavors of red berries and cherry (red sour cherries in lighter wines and cooked black cherries in bold examples). This wine matures very exating, developing notes of berry jam, violets, leather, moss and mushrooms.
Burgundy (Bourgogne) can be confusing because of the multiplicity of its appellations - all the small vineyards are divided between multiple producers so it can often be difficult to understand this diversity. However, it is the exact reason why the wines of Burgundy are considered to be the finest in the world. A common topic of discussion, when talking about Burgundy, is the concept of "terroir" - a unique combination of soil and climate conditions that affects the taste of wine in the appellations, making it unique to each village. Winemakers mainly use the capricious Pinot Noir and the classical Chardonnay to create true masterpieces, while Gamay and Aligote are used to make wines of a bit simpler style. Particular attention should be paid to the hierarchy of wines. First there are the regional and village wines, a step higher - the Premier Cru wines and the outstanding Grand Cru - at the top. Due the complex and inconsistent weather that can notably impact wine quality especially in bad harvest years, a very important factor here is the so called millesime - the harvest year of the grapes the particular wine is produced of, because each of these years has its own unique taste. Purchasing Burgundy wines is not easy because there are many details that should be taken into consideration - the class of the vineyard, the assessment of the manufacturer, the age of the vines, the quality of the wine as well as the millesime and, of course, the potential of ageing. The sellers play a big role here - they must be truly passionate about wine and able to offer only the best quality producers with a good reputation. That is exactly the way "Noble Wine" works!