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Domaine Jean-Marc Bernhard Cremant d'Alsace Brut Rose NV Wine - Last Bottle

Domaine Jean-Marc Bernhard Cremant d'Alsace Brut Rose NV

$20 for any rosé bubbly goodness makes us happy...but this 94 point Alsatian is a house favorite! Spring and summer just aren’t the same without these delightful bubbles!



Flavor Profile: Croissant dough, red cherries, strawberries, roses, galaxy peaches, white nectarines, and iron ore
Time on Lees: 33 months
Dosage: 7 g/L

Why We Love It...

Alsace, like the rest of France, has a long history. And in the case of this brilliant wine estate, over 200 years of history, and all in the same family, with a tradition of crafting top-notch riesling, pinot gris, and gewürztraminer. With the ninth generation currently at the helm, these wines really couldn’t get any better – and this long-time Last Bubbles favorite sparkling rosé is proof enough of that! The Bernhard family popped in for a visit to us in Napa just yesterday – and we had the most glorious day touring the warehouse (working), enjoying a meal together (also working), and visiting some favorite local wineries (totally working)! We finished it all off by popping a few bottles of this – not too shabby for a Monday, I say!

We know that everything old is new again. But even though we’ve offered this wine before, y’all can’t ever seem to get enough! Us too, us too, so get ready for this entirely new disgorgement! More time on the cork? Yes, please! Still 100% pinot noir. Still gives rich, round, red fruity goodness as well as a good acid structure. Still 100% delicious. The grapes come from the foothills of the Vosges Mountains, where the Jean-Marc Bernhard cellars were built in the 16th century. This is a rosé, to be sure, with an electrifying salmon-pink hue that literally screams “summer.” 

This Cremant d’Alsace clocks in at 7g/L of dosage and boasts 33 months of lees aging to boot, enhancing those creamy, autolytic notes that we know and love. Alsace is one of nine areas allowed to use the word “Cremant” on their label, and all “cremant” wines are made in the traditional Champagne method, meaning a secondary fermentation in the bottle. They provide excellent bubbly value if you’re looking for something outside of Champagne – and something at a tasty, drink-all-the-time price like this! 

Cremant d’Alsace is the second most consumed sparkling wine in France, outside of Champagne. Don’t you want to be one of those consumers? You can get this stellar sparkler for over 40% off, and we’re the only ones in the USA who have this disgorgement, and let me tell you – it’s fantastic. With a 94-point score from the Tasting Panel, we aren’t the only ones who agree. Load up on this beauty of a rosé and thank me later!

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Technical Details

Country: France
Region: Alsace
Appellation: Cremant d'Alsace
Varietal: Pinot Noir
Winemaker: Frédéric Bernhard
Alcohol: 12.5%
Pair it with: Fish tacos with pineapple salsa

About the Producer

Domaine Bernhard is a small, family-owned wine estate in the foothills of the Vosges Mountains, directly west of Colmar in the little burg of Katzenthal. In 16th century buildings on an estate they purchased in 1802, the family creates provocative, even exemplary Riesling, Pinot Gris and Gewurztraminer. From granite-based soils, these wines are crisp, clean, fruity and fragrant, and very well balanced with slightly lower alcohol levels (12- 13%) than their neighbors to the south. Beginning in 2012, all Bernhard wines are certified organic. Everything here is done to promote the life of the soil which is the root of expression for each terroir: regular plowing, grass in the vineyard, compost, maintenance of old-to-ancient vines, only the most detailed and precise attendance to viticulture. The 9th generation of the Bernhard family currently operates the estate.

Domaine Jean-Marc Bernhard Cremant d'Alsace Brut Rose NV




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