Cremant Brut Blanc de Blancs

Product ID: 400340
  • France
  • Sparkling
  • 12.0%
  • 0.75 L
  • Auxerrois, Pinot Blanc
  • 8-10°C

Taste characteristics

  • Light Full bodied
  • Dry Sweet
  • Soft Acidic

Other classifications

  • Vegetarian
  • Vegan
  • 100% Organic

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Description

Cremant Brut Blanc de Blancs

Grapes:
Pinot Blanc, Auxerrois

Colour:
Light gold with silver shade, transparent and bright.

Aroma:
Apple, pear, quince, herbs, a touch of tarragon, slightly spicy cinnamon and saffron.

Taste:
Fresh and supple, thin and citrus, persistent on the fruit and almond.

Ageing:
Aging on yeast minimum 24 months.

Serving Suggestion:
Ideal for the aperitif accompanied by dried fruits, salmon rillettes, shrimp, sea bream carpaccio with basil, sushi, tabbouleh, vegetable terrine, grilled sole with lemon or fresh goat. It can also be enjoyed for dessert with a vacherin, cheesecake.

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Manufacturer
Dopff & Irion

René Dopff took over Dopff & Irion in 1945. He broke away from the old winemaking techniques and looked to the terroir rather than to the grape variety. He decided to divide the vineyard at Château de Riquewihr into four estates, which he re-christened with typically French names: Les Murailles, Les Sorcières, Les Maquisards and Les Amandiers. He opted for clearer labeling, abandoning gothic lettering in favour of a more sober script. These wines, made...

The region
Alsace

Alsace is a wine growing region in Northeast France that borders Germany. Because Alsace is proximal to Germany, cradled in the shadow of the Vosges Mountain range and just east of the Rhine River, it shares many common grape varieties.

Type of Grape
Auxerrois, Pinot Blanc

Auxerrois (or Pinot Auxerrois) is a white wine grape variety with a perplexing number of synonyms. True Auxerrois, often called Pinot Auxerrois or Auxerrois Blanc, is grown fairly extensively in Alsace and appears in more wines than most may realize. The origin of Alsatian Auxerrois remains unclear. It shares the same spelling as a town in Chablis, but is pronounced differently. Outside France, it is grown in Germany, Austria, Italy and Luxemborg and there...

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