Domaine Berlancourt

Cuvée Les Champans Bourgogne Pinot Noir Rosé

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Burgundy, France
Pinot Noir
Turkey, Game, Exotic Spices, Soft Cheese, Duck, Goose, Salads & Greens, Potato, Quinoa, Farro, Brown Rice, White Rice, Pasta, Herbs, Nuts & Seeds, Mushrooms, Chicken, Meaty & Oily Fish, Shellfish, Crab & Lobster, Stew, Onion, Shallot, Garlic, Salami & Prosciutto, Salmon, Quinoa, Shellfish
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Lyle Fass

Founder Fass Selections

9.3

I love this rose. Floral, sour cherrie, Orange citrus rind, textured, juicy, complex, so so mineral. What a finish. Balanced. Fresh and dazzlingly pure.

I love this rose. Floral, sour cherrie, Orange citrus rind, textured, juicy, complex, so so mineral. What a finish. Balanced. Fresh and dazzlingly pure.

Jun 26th, 2019
Lyle Fass

Founder Fass Selections

9.3

This is the bomb rose. Stunning nose. Wet earth, so pure. Flower petals, roses, cherry fruit, strawberry, so delicate but deep and so savory, earthy and feral. What a nose. Gorgeous palate, dense and structured but again so delicate and pure. Lithe structure and cherry fruit like a ballerina on the palate. Long and complex finishes savory and mineral. Terrific.

This is the bomb rose. Stunning nose. Wet earth, so pure. Flower petals, roses, cherry fruit, strawberry, so delicate but deep and so savory, earthy and feral. What a nose. Gorgeous palate, dense and structured but again so delicate and pure. Lithe structure and cherry fruit like a ballerina on the palate. Long and complex finishes savory and mineral. Terrific.

2 people found it helpfulJan 26th, 2019
Matthew Cohen

Nose: the freshest grapefruit peel ever. So Floral.

Palate: grapefruit liquor mineral juicy. Wow. Not rose-ish. Vinous. Salty.

Needs an hour to open up. Then it’s maybe the best rose ever.

A must buy. There is no other wine like this.

Long finish.

An iconic rose

Bought from fass selections.

Nose: the freshest grapefruit peel ever. So Floral.

Palate: grapefruit liquor mineral juicy. Wow. Not rose-ish. Vinous. Salty.

Needs an hour to open up. Then it’s maybe the best rose ever.

A must buy. There is no other wine like this.

Long finish.

An iconic rose

Bought from fass selections.

1 person found it helpfulSep 11th, 2020
David T

Independent Sommelier/Wine Educator

9.2

I saw @Severn Goodwin post this Rosé from Burgundy and was very curious about it & tried to find some but, couldn’t. After reading about the producer, I understand why now. They are a tiny producer of one hectare. So, we are talking low hundred(s) of cases. Then, who knows what percent of that makes it into the US.

I asked
@Severn Goodwin about it as searching brought up a goose egg. He was very nice to send me this bottle. Thank you very much Severn.

I have been extremely distracted lately and was looking to drink it sooner but, c’est la vie. As it was 100 today where it should be (especially in later October), tonight is the perfect occasion for this variation of and fine expression of Rosé from Burgundy.

The nose reveals; almost notes of cognac/liqueured fruits, a waxy character, overripe strawberries, blood orange, hint of cooked rhubarb, slightly burnt caramel, steeped fruit teas, potpourri florals, orange zest, haunting, lean watermelon, grey volcanic minerals, saline notes/sea spray, steely flintiness with candied to fresh red & pink roses.

The body is richly full and waxy. Cognac/liqueured fruits, overripe strawberries, blood orange, hint of cooked rhubarb, slightly burnt caramel, steeped fruit teas, potpourri of flowers, orange zest, haunting lean watermelon, grey volcanic minerals, crunchy dry stones, grainy chalkiness & white spice with deep palate penetration and heat, saline notes/sea spray, steely flintiness with candied to fresh red & pink roses.

Photos of; Domaine Berlancourt, family Owen er-Pierre Berlancourt, there barrel room and a low sun view of a Bourgogne Meursault vineyard.

I saw @Severn Goodwin post this Rosé from Burgundy and was very curious about it & tried to find some but, couldn’t. After reading about the producer, I understand why now. They are a tiny producer of one hectare. So, we are talking low hundred(s) of cases. Then, who knows what percent of that makes it into the US.

I asked
@Severn Goodwin about it as searching brought up a goose egg. He was very nice to send me this bottle. Thank you very much Severn.

I have been extremely distracted lately and was looking to drink it sooner but, c’est la vie. As it was 100 today where it should be (especially in later October), tonight is the perfect occasion for this variation of and fine expression of Rosé from Burgundy.

The nose reveals; almost notes of cognac/liqueured fruits, a waxy character, overripe strawberries, blood orange, hint of cooked rhubarb, slightly burnt caramel, steeped fruit teas, potpourri florals, orange zest, haunting, lean watermelon, grey volcanic minerals, saline notes/sea spray, steely flintiness with candied to fresh red & pink roses.

The body is richly full and waxy. Cognac/liqueured fruits, overripe strawberries, blood orange, hint of cooked rhubarb, slightly burnt caramel, steeped fruit teas, potpourri of flowers, orange zest, haunting lean watermelon, grey volcanic minerals, crunchy dry stones, grainy chalkiness & white spice with deep palate penetration and heat, saline notes/sea spray, steely flintiness with candied to fresh red & pink roses.

Photos of; Domaine Berlancourt, family Owen er-Pierre Berlancourt, there barrel room and a low sun view of a Bourgogne Meursault vineyard.

1 person found it helpfulOct 26th, 2019
Severn Goodwin

Just delicious, Wow 2016, Burgundy, and ROSÉ!

No dissatisfaction here! Just a wicked bottle of Burgundian Rosé.

Nose is overwhelming strawberry, roses, cut tangerine and dry earth.

Palate is strawberry-tangerine (light), wet minerals, so much finesse, yet light in the mouth, just stunning.

Just delicious, Wow 2016, Burgundy, and ROSÉ!

No dissatisfaction here! Just a wicked bottle of Burgundian Rosé.

Nose is overwhelming strawberry, roses, cut tangerine and dry earth.

Palate is strawberry-tangerine (light), wet minerals, so much finesse, yet light in the mouth, just stunning.

1 person found it helpfulMay 24th, 2019
Matthew Cohen

Not your usual rose. Definitely a hint of oxidation which I think is intentional. Very dense. Juicy.

Not your usual rose. Definitely a hint of oxidation which I think is intentional. Very dense. Juicy.

Dec 23rd, 2018
Peter C

Peter had this a year ago

Peter had this a year ago

Jun 13th, 2019
PS Michaels

PS had this a year ago

PS had this a year ago

Jun 8th, 2019