One of the last remaining family-owned sparkling wine houses in Saumur, Louis de Grenelle, owns about 2 kilometers of limestone caves beneath the town. All of their sparkling wine is stored in these cool caverns, many of which were used during World War II by the French resistance. This is not sparkling wine made by "leftover" juice. This bubbly was made from sustainably grown, hand-harvested grapes, fermented and aged in tank using the Méthode Champenoise with low dosage. The result is a crisp, bright, and delicious sparkling rosé with a bouquet is a festival of fresh raspberries, strawberries, irises and violets. On the palate, notes of red berries and sour candy come forward the wine presents notes of sour candies and red fruit. Try this one with fruit tarts, chocolates, as an aperitif.