Lillet Aperitif Rouge 750ml
Discover Lillet Aperitif Rouge 750ml:
The main grape variety in Lille Rouge is merlot, which gives it a more tannic mouthfeel. Lillet is a series of refreshing snacks with a light fruity taste.
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Blended white wine has been around for more than 2500 years. In this situation, "white blend" refers to any white wine that incorporates more than one white grape varietal in the final product, yet some white blends, while containing numerous grapes, can have their own designations as recognized wines.
Blended white wines differ in flavor, body, acidity, and alcohol content, but as a general rule, they should be served with lighter fare. White blends are made from a variety of white grapes that are typically crushed and fermented separately before being blended. Finding the perfect mix for a novel blend frequently necessitates blending trials in which the winemaker drinks the wine and makes suggestions. Traditional white mixes can, of course, follow age-old formulas like White Bordeaux, Sauternes, or White Rioja. Many white mixes have a higher bottle aging potential than most varietal whites. The flavors vary as well, but most white blends will include citrus and white fruit undertones. White mixes should be served chilled, just like any other white wine.
About the Producer: Lillet
Lillet, originally known as Kina Lillet, was founded in 1872 by Raymond and Paul Lille as Bordeaux's first and only aperitif. Lillet, as it became known in the 1970s, is produced in Podensac, in the Graves region of France, and is a blend of 85% regional wines from Bordeaux and 15% handmade fruit liqueurs. The Lillet appetizer mixing process is done in stages. The blend's fruit liqueurs are made from fruits, skins and skins from around the world, which are aged, transfused, filtered and glued. When both parts of the mixture are ready, they are mixed in a vat, mixed and aged in oak for several months to combine. Lillet's portfolio includes classic white, red and rosé wines: Lillet Blanc, Lillet Rouge and Lillet Rosé. ... Lillet Blanc is made from semillon and citrus liqueurs. Rouge, launched in 1962, is based on Merlot, while Rosé, launched in 2011, is based on a blend of Semillon and fruit liqueurs. The range also includes three premium reserves: Réserve Jean de Lillet Blanc, Réserve Jean de Lillet Rouge and Magnum. Réserve Jean de Lillet Blanc Cuvée 1996. Réserve Blanc and Rouge are made from carefully selected AOC wines from the same vintage and should improve over the age of 15-20 years. Réserve Jean de Lillet Blanc Cuvée 1996 is Lillet's best bottled drink. This old-fashioned aperitif is made with Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc wines with fruit liqueurs and aged before launch. Advertising played a huge role in Lillet's history with successful campaigns launched in the 1920s and 30s. Today the brand is recognized worldwide. The appetizer can be drunk refrigerated separately and is used by bartenders and cocktail connoisseurs such as Vesper, Corpse Reviver #2, 20 Century and Old Etonian.
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