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Croser Rosé NV 750ml

Croser Non Vintage Rosé is a charming Rosé sourced from premium Piccadilly Valley fruit with Pomegranate, wild strawberry and cherry aromas bursting from the glass. This is creamy, stylish and downright delicious Petaluma wine.

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$22.99 in any six

$24.99 per single bottle

  • Maximum quantity allowed for Wine products: 120
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What does Croser Rosé NV taste like?

Croser Rosé NV is a sparkling wine that is known for its delicate and refreshing taste. The wine is made from a blend of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes, which gives it a unique and complex flavour profile. On the palate, it has a light and crisp acidity with flavours of red fruits such as strawberries, raspberries, and cherries. It is a dry wine, with a subtle sweetness and a refreshing finish. The bubbles in the wine add a pleasant effervescence and a clean sensation in the mouth.
In general, Croser Rosé NV is considered to be a versatile wine that can pair well with a variety of foods, such as seafood, poultry, and light pasta dishes. It is also a great choice for sipping on a hot summer day or as an aperitif.

Overall, Croser Rosé NV is a well-crafted wine that is known for its delicate and refreshing taste and it is the perfect choice for those looking for a Petaluma sparkling wine with a unique flavour profile.

What temperature should the Croser Rosé NV be served?

Croser Rosé NV is a sparkling wine, and as such, it should be served at a cooler temperature than still wine to help preserve the bubbles and enhance the wine’s flavours and aromas. The ideal serving temperature for Croser Rosé NV is between 7 and 9 degrees Celsius (45-48 degrees Fahrenheit).

It’s important to note that the wine should be chilled prior to serving. It is best to take the bottle out of the refrigerator about 15-20 minutes before serving to allow it to reach the ideal serving temperature.

If the wine is served too warm, it can lose some of its bubbles and become less refreshing, while if it is served too cold, the flavours and aromas will be subdued.

It is also good to remember that sparkling wines are best served in flute glasses to preserve the bubbles, and it’s important to pour the wine gently to avoid losing the bubbles.

What does "NV" stand for in Croser Rosé NV?

“NV” stands for “non-vintage” in the context of Croser Rosé NV. A non-vintage wine is a wine that is not made from grapes grown in a single vintage year. Instead, it is made from a blend of grapes from different years. This allows winemakers to maintain a consistent taste and quality from year to year, by blending grapes from different years to achieve the desired flavour profile.

NV wines are typically less expensive than vintage wines, and are considered to be more consistent in terms of quality and taste. The winemaker, in this case the Petaluma winery, will use the grapes from different years, trying to create the same style and flavour profile each year, by using the grapes that will fit the best for the final blend.

Croser Rosé NV is a sparkling wine that is made from a blend of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes from different years. This method allows the winemaker to create a consistent and high-quality wine each year, regardless of the variations in weather and grape growing conditions from year to year.