Champagne Tarlant, Brut Rose Prestige, 2003, wooden box
The wine has a copper-pink color with brilliant highlights.
Smooth, fresh taste of the wine reveals notes of fruit in syrup, citrus fruit (grapefruit) and ripe fruit. The finish is long and steady.
The aroma of wine - full-bodied, with hints of strawberry jam, hints of apricot and berry compote. Nice finish with hints of almond and fruit.
The perfect combination for this wine serve Oriental cuisine, lamb sauce also goes well with champagne berry desserts and fruit salads, for example, a dessert with strawberries and oranges.
Adjustments to the development of the family business has made the First World War. The winery has been practically destroyed, and only 7 years Tarlan Louis with his wife Julia was able to reconstruct the estate and create the first Cuvee. However, only a well-established, it would seem, once again suffered the loss of production. At this time, the estate was destroyed during World War II. Son Louis Tarlan - Georg was sent to the army, and returned only in 1945, was able to revive production, expanding the family business, thus perpetuating a long tradition. Today's generation of winemakers Tarlan - it Tarlan Jean-Marie and his wife Micheline. They work with children: Benoit and Melanie, who represent more than 12 Tarlan generation of the family. The area of the estate Tarlan takes about 14 hectares, which in four different "cru" vineyards stretch 55.