Vina Belje La Belle Rosé Brut

La Belle Rosé is the ideal wine for celebrating the little moments in life. This award-winning sparkling rosé wine from the Belje winery is a brut for every day that is also very surprising from a gastronomic point of view.

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Winery: Vina Belje
Region: Baranja (Danube region)
Grape: Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc
Year: 2023
Harvest: All grapes are picked by hand to ensure the quality of the harvest.
Vinification: Bunches of grapes for this sparkling wine are specially selected in the vineyard and in the cellar during harvest time. The wine is made according to the Charmat Method. This means that the second fermentation took place in the tank and not in the bottle as with the Methode Traditionelle. This is a faster and more affordable process; this wine is ready to drink within three months after harvest.
Taste: This lively rosé brut is salmon in color. It is a fresh wine with many beautiful little pearls that bring out the abundant aromas of apricot and caramel. The mousse gives the caramel tones an extra boost.
Serve with: This wine is fantastic as an appetizing aperitif. It goes perfectly with strawberry and apricot desserts, red fruit panna cotta, but also goes well with grilled chicken, soft white fish and is very surprising with a cheese plate.
Serving temperature: 6 degrees Celsius
Alcohol percentage: 11.5%
Residual sugar: 9 g/L
Additional information: Although Vina Belje is an old winery with a cellar that is almost 500 years old, they have only been producing this modern style brut since 2021. This also indicates that a breath of fresh air is blowing at this winery and that a young generation is at the helm that wants to produce contemporary wines, but with great respect for the autochthonous grape varieties of the region.
Since it takes several years to produce traditional sparkling wines, Vina Belje has decided to use the tank method for the time being. And that has also paid off as this wine has received a bronze medal at Decanter in London.

The region of Baranja where this wine comes from is located on the border of Croatia and Hungary and is named after the viticulture that has been practiced by the local population for centuries. The originally Hungarian word 'Baranya' means 'the mother of wine'. This area includes the Baranja wine region in Croatia and the well-known Villany region in Hungary.

Despite the fact that all Vina Belje Select wines are harvested by hand, they have an excellent price-quality ratio. Few Croatian and international wines in the same price range have won as many international medals as the Belje Select wines.

Vina Belje Select wines are not only the perfect choice for (daily) shopping in wine shops, but also for bistros, beach bars, wine bars, oyster bars, grill and burger bars, pizzerias and cafes.

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