A Bubbly Review: Domaine Carneros Brut Rosé and Poema Brut Cava
If you consistently read this blog or have ever met me, you know that I am a fan of all things champagne, sparkling or bubbly. You also may know that last year I lost several people who were dear to me and I vowed that I would try to make every day a champagne occasion. That was why when I received two bottles of bubbly from my friends at Kobrand, I was very happy.
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My husband and daughter were camping at a Y Guides (formerly Indian Princesses before we got all politically correct) retreat, so I had several of the gals in my girl’s wine over and pulled out the bubbles.
Our first bottle was the Domaine Carneros Brut Rosé 06. It was a fabulous fruit and floral blend with rose petals, peach and hints of raspberry, strawberry and great balance. A blend of 55% Pinot Noir, 45% Chardonnay, the Brut Rose retails for $36 and is worth every penny.
The other sparkling provided was a Poema Brut Cava from the Penedès region in northeastern Spain. This was nice, crisp with lots of pear, spice and almost a baked bread finish. Quite a bargain at under $11 and a great summer sparkler.