Lucien Albrecht Cremant d'Alsace Brut Rosé


SKU 01255


Made of 100% Pinot Noir using the classic methode champenoise, this has strawberry red raspberry and vanilla suggestions that are enhanced by the wine's wonderful ripeness and freshness, with saline and toast notes on the creamy, lush finish.

The history of the Albrecht family as winegrowers can be traced back to 1425 with Romanu Albrecht, who lived in the town of Thann in the Haut-Rhin department of Alsace. During this time in the fifteenth century, Alsace experience a golden era. The Winegrowers Guild of Alsace was founded and each year, the most deserving wine grower was elected by the guild as Bangard, a highly respected position. Between 1520 and 1698, it was held by 8 generations of Albrecht's. Domaine Albrecht experienced a major development under the guidance of Lucien Albrecht, the father of Jean, to become one of the most important in Alsace with holdings in 9 villages surrounding Orschwihr. In 1972 Lucien Albrecht was also a pioneer of Cremant d'Alsace. Today the Cremant is one of the house's specialties. The cellar dates back to 1772 and houses large oak barrels, some of which are over 100 years of age…
Category Sparkling Wine
Country France
Region Alsace
Appellation Crémant d'Alsace
Brand Lucien Albrecht
Alcohol/vol 11.7%
  • bot92

Bottle ShopLove love love! This charming and delicious Brut Rose is utterly fabulous for the price....wild strawberry, bing cherry, roses and violets abound in this classic Cremant sparkling from the Alsace region. As Champagne lovers, it is amazing to find something this delicious and elegant at an 'everyday' price.

  • we90

Wine EnthusiastTart red currant, rhubarb and strawberry come together in a very refreshing, rounded and appetizing fashion. The frothy, foaming mousse is exuberant and highlights these strawberry shortcake flavors brilliantly, while a totally dry palate makes sure that this stays classy. This is very satisfying, fun and fruit-driven, with a serious core and a bright, lemony finish.

Anne Krebiehl, December 1, 2015