Tasting Notes: This lovely, 100% chardonnay sparkling wine reveals lots of bright apple citrus fruit, with subtle floral hints. In the mouth, the wine's energy is apparent, with lovely effervescence and plenty of fruit. The finish is quite lengthy, with excellent balance.
Tasting Notes: Nearly all chardonnay, with a balancing dollop of pinot noir added, the wine is brilliant gold in the glass, with a touch of green. The nose is dominated by bright tropical and citrus fruit, with hints of spice. In the mouth, the elegant sparkling wine is refreshing and delicious. A versatile, lovely wine.
Tasting Notes: The Royal Cuvée with a blend of 2/3 pinot noir, and 1/3 chardonnay enjoys an extended time in bottle for its secondary fermentation, resulting in wonderful complexity and a delicate mousse. The nose and palate reveal lots of apple and citrus notes, as well as bight, clean fruit in the mouth. The finish is very long and quite expressive.
Tasting Notes: A blend of pinot noir and chardonnay, with the secondary fermentation in the bottle, there is a lot to enjoy. After 20 months of aging in the bottle, the nose and palate enjoy an attractive complexity, with subtle red fruit at its core. A superb and lengthy finish lingers on.
Tasting Notes: Brilliant pink in the glass, this bend of glera, with a touch of pinot nero, has plenty to offer. Fresh red fruit and a floral note highlight the nose, while the palate follows with the same profile, but adding a smooth texture, with a long and lingering finish.
Tasting Notes: Produced in collaboration between two of the Willamette Valley's best known producers, this lively bottle of bubbles provides plenty of rich fruit, stone and melon. There's a very pleasant weight in the mouth, and an attractive, well-balanced finish.
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: Yes, you read that correctly, England. Southern England shares much of the same characteristics as the Champagne region of France. This combination of chardonnay, pinot noir and pinot meunier creates a wine with a profile similar to some Champagne houses’ top offering, at a much more attractive price. Elegant berry, cherry and tree fruit notes abound on the nose and palate. Lovely mouthfeel and the long finish add to the wine's appeal.
Tasting Notes: 100% pinot noir, which was hand-harvested early from select lots of the biodynamically farmed estate vineyards. Vinified in the traditional methode champenoise method, with a regimented sur lie and bottle aging program. Light touches of color, beautiful minerality and subtle yeast notes reflect an elegant wine with balanced acidity. A wonderful excuse to treat yourself to the best for any occasion!
Tasting Notes: This is a phenomenal value for a Grand Cru. 70% pinot noir and 30% chardonnay. This cuvee accounts for both its roundness and fresh palate. Notes of black fruits, black currants and cherry are balanced out by roasted almonds.
Tasting Notes: Upon opening the bottle, you are immediately welcomed with bready aromas of yeast and toasted bread. Tasting this Extra Brut sparkler, it shows plenty of stone fruit on the palate, short mousse, but lingering finish.
Tasting Notes: Paso Robles has shown to be a great growing region for Rhône Valley varieties, and this sparkling grenache blanc is no exception. Bright and pale in the glass, the nose and palate show plenty of citrus, minerality, with toasty notes. Excellent focus and length on the finish.