Korbel Brut Rose - 750ml Reviews

Korbel Brut Rose - 750ml

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  • Korbel Brut Rose: Fruit-forward, fizzy pink wine for the frugal.

    Dec 7, 2011 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Clean, well-defined fruit flavor.  Balanced acidity.  Good mousse.  Low price.
    Cons: From a certain perspective, too simple, like soup without spices.

    Summary: I can't find numbers at the time of writing, but it's widely claimed that Korbel is the US's best-selling "premium" sparkling wine, and I believe it.  The Brut and (sweeter) Extra Dry cuvées are so ... read more

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    Feb 10, 2010 by
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    Pros: It was light and refreshing.
    Cons: Some people think of pink champagne as cheap or inferior quality.

    Summary: When I popped the cork, I noticed my guests rolled their eyes. Pink champagne has a unfair stigma that maked people think of cheap 70's lounge lizards. But there was not a drop left after a embarrisingly shourt amount of time. The aroma wasn't ... read more

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