Tasting Notes: 100% chenin blanc from 40-year-old vines. Initially fermented in used oak, then bottle fermented, just like Champagne. A fine bead invites, with aromas of dark, wheat toast, apple, beer and citrus.
Tasting Notes: This is not your everyday sipper. Organic and made from select ancient vines. Complex, with honeyed stone fruits laden with zesty citrus and light spice. Fresh almond and flint with a creamy texture and long lush finish. It should age well for at least 10 years. Enjoy with seared curried scallops.
Tasting Notes: A complex nose and palate of green apple, citrus and fresh peaches leading to a creamy finish. All the grapes are hand-harvested and -selected. Made in the traditional method. One of the better Cremants. Imported by Masciarelli Wine Co.
Tasting Notes: One of the more unique wines from this producer. Sourced from 37-year-old Chenin vines in west Texas. All stainless-steel fermentation puts the emphasis on the fruit without the sweetness. Pineapple, melon, crisp acidity and fruit tones dominate the nose. Great mouthfeel, with a hint of minerality. Treat yourself to this great wine with shellfish — especially lobster.