Domaine Allimant-Laugner Crémant d'Alsace Rosé Pinot Noir (1500ml)

Ratings on Delectable

Caroline Conner Delectable Pro

Slight almond flower character, raspberry, perfumed, nice consistent mousse, hint of residual sugar, great acidity, delicious!

Slight almond flower character, raspberry, perfumed, nice consistent mousse, hint of residual sugar, great acidity, delicious!

10

David T Delectable Pro

Independent Sommelier/Wine Educator

Happy National Wine Day!

Happy National Wine Day!

8.9

Ann Altman Delectable Pro

Wine Manager Young's

Perfect house bubbles #oldschool #industryfav

Perfect house bubbles #oldschool #industryfav

9.2

David T Delectable Pro

Independent Sommelier/Wine Educator

This Sparking is a pretty good value normally. It’s even better at the Whole Foods one day wine sale at 30% off...making it $13.99 a bottle. Hard to beat and you can’t drink Billecart Salmon Rosé all the time. Nice fruit and decent chalkiness. Especially, at that price point. This has more chalk than most California sparkling I’ve had.

This Sparking is a pretty good value normally. It’s even better at the Whole Foods one day wine sale at 30% off...making it $13.99 a bottle. Hard to beat and you can’t drink Billecart Salmon Rosé all the time. Nice fruit and decent chalkiness. Especially, at that price point. This has more chalk than most California sparkling I’ve had.

8.8

Mike Anderson Delectable Pro

Owner/Winemaker for MTGA Wines

A good/user friendly magnum of cremant from Alsace that we polished off in roughly 23 minutes to cure what ailed us. Totally worth it.

A good/user friendly magnum of cremant from Alsace that we polished off in roughly 23 minutes to cure what ailed us. Totally worth it.

8.3

David T Delectable Pro

Independent Sommelier/Wine Educator

What do you do when you know your out Rosé of Champagne and you’re at Whole Foods? Grab some Domaine Allimant Laugner Crémant d'Alsace. On the nose; l pink rose petals, citrus, orange rhine, watermelon, cherries, hints of strawberries, chalky minerals, limestone and spring flowers. The palate fruits are bright and leaner in style. Strawberries, raspberries, watermelon, cherries, citrus/blood orange, orange rhine, pink rose petals, limestone, nice gritty chalkiness, baguette crust, spring flowers, nice crisp acidity and good rich finish that does start to fade after about 15-20 seconds. Really nice for under $20. Producer notes and history... Nicolas Laugner featured in the photo is an 11th generation Alsatian winemaker at Domaine Allimant-Laugner that is located in northeastern region of France, Alsace. The Domaine cultivates 12 hectares of vineyards comprised on 30 distinct parcels. Their vines are situated around the village of Orschwiller; which are located between the villages of Saint Hippolyte to the south and Châtenois to the north. The Haut-Koenigsbourg Castle overlooks the sustainably-leaning Domaine. This Brut made from a blend of Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, Riesling and a 100% Pinot Noir Rosé. The barrel featured in the photo is the oldest oak barrel and was cooper built in their cave 100 years ago. Domaine Allimant-Lauger is one of the original houses present when the Alsace AOP was established in 1962. This Crémant is aged 11 months before disgorgement and is meant to be consumed while fresh and young. In fact, the grapes are the first to be manually harvested because they want them to keep their youthfulness and coolness through citrus fruits flavors. Alsace is influenced by the Vosges Mountains and is climatically one the driest regions in France. The vineyards are located between 200-400 meters along the foothills of the Vosges Mountains. There they take advantage of south and southeastern exposure in their semi-continental climate. There are 13 distinct terroir’s providing the foundations for seven major grapes. Soils found here include granite, limestone, schist, sandstone as well as others. Additional photos are of, the Domaine and one of their vineyards used in the production of this Crémant d'Alsace.

What do you do when you know your out Rosé of Champagne and you’re at Whole Foods? Grab some Domaine Allimant Laugner Crémant d'Alsace. On the nose; l pink rose petals, citrus, orange rhine, watermelon, cherries, hints of strawberries, chalky minerals, limestone and spring flowers. The palate fruits are bright and leaner in style. Strawberries, raspberries, watermelon, cherries, citrus/blood orange, orange rhine, pink rose petals, limestone, nice gritty chalkiness, baguette crust, spring flowers, nice crisp acidity and good rich finish that does start to fade after about 15-20 seconds. Really nice for under $20. Producer notes and history... Nicolas Laugner featured in the photo is an 11th generation Alsatian winemaker at Domaine Allimant-Laugner that is located in northeastern region of France, Alsace. The Domaine cultivates 12 hectares of vineyards comprised on 30 distinct parcels. Their vines are situated around the village of Orschwiller; which are located between the villages of Saint Hippolyte to the south and Châtenois to the north. The Haut-Koenigsbourg Castle overlooks the sustainably-leaning Domaine. This Brut made from a blend of Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, Riesling and a 100% Pinot Noir Rosé. The barrel featured in the photo is the oldest oak barrel and was cooper built in their cave 100 years ago. Domaine Allimant-Lauger is one of the original houses present when the Alsace AOP was established in 1962. This Crémant is aged 11 months before disgorgement and is meant to be consumed while fresh and young. In fact, the grapes are the first to be manually harvested because they want them to keep their youthfulness and coolness through citrus fruits flavors. Alsace is influenced by the Vosges Mountains and is climatically one the driest regions in France. The vineyards are located between 200-400 meters along the foothills of the Vosges Mountains. There they take advantage of south and southeastern exposure in their semi-continental climate. There are 13 distinct terroir’s providing the foundations for seven major grapes. Soils found here include granite, limestone, schist, sandstone as well as others. Additional photos are of, the Domaine and one of their vineyards used in the production of this Crémant d'Alsace.

8.8

Chasing Jen Delectable Pro

This Cremant was silky and delicate yet strong enough to enjoy with Indian food. Lovely lemon finish. Need to buy more.

This Cremant was silky and delicate yet strong enough to enjoy with Indian food. Lovely lemon finish. Need to buy more.

9.0

Rebecca Fletcher Delectable Pro

Aromatic. White flowers, very floral. Gardenia. Perfume, lemon zest. M+ acid, m- body. Refreshing. Long finish.

Aromatic. White flowers, very floral. Gardenia. Perfume, lemon zest. M+ acid, m- body. Refreshing. Long finish.

8.9

William Langley Delectable Pro

Dusty strawberries on toast. Crisp and refreshing.

Dusty strawberries on toast. Crisp and refreshing.

8.9

Thomas Weber Delectable Pro

My go to sparkler...rich texture with plenty of acid to finish.

My go to sparkler...rich texture with plenty of acid to finish.

9.1

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    San Francisco, CA 94114

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