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Vaux Deutscher Sekt Rose Reserve brut, Pfalz, Germany

Pfalz, Germany


Tasting Notes

A true alternative to top sparkling rosé, this traditional method sparkling sekt has spent two and a half years on lees and was disgorged in October 2018. It has subtle yeast flavours joined by delicious strawberry fruit with minimal residual sugar - a serious sekt that can be paired with bold flavours.

Food Matches

Canapés & BBQ Meats & Pork Belly

Wine Profile

Wine Type Sparkling Wine

Vintage 2015

Style Light, Dry Rosés

Country Germany

Region Pfalz

Grower Name Vaux

Grape Variety Pinot Noir

ABV 12.00%

Closure Natural Cork

Allergens Sulphites

SKU 16144534




The Pfalz is an important region in western Germany's Rhineland which follows the eastern edge of the Haardt mountains (an extension of the Vosges mountains of the Alsace). While cool climate, the region is relatively dry and sunny as a result of the mountains to the west and produces mostly white wine, with a little red and sparkling. Of this production, the overwhelming… Read More

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Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir is the grape variety used in all quality red wines from Burgundy, and as a varietal wine in several parts of the New World, most notably New Zealand, California and Chile. It is also one of the three grape varieties commonly used in the production of Champagne and other traditional method sparkling wines of the world, either as a 100% blancs de noirs or (more… Read More

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