With an ideal 12% alcohol, the Multi-Vintage Champagne Lelarge-Pugeot Rose scored 18 points on the Dionysian scale of a possible 20 and it cost just over $75.
It is their “Premier Cru” and it’s from Vrigny in France’s Champagne Region. Loads of Pinot Noir show on the nose.
It’s a food Champagne and we paired it with venison bits prior to our turkey dinner. It’s one of my favorite Champagnes. Seek them out. In Vino Veritas.