This late-disgorged blanc de blanc was given no dosage at disgorging. The long time aging on the lees and no sugar dosage crafted a wine that is wonderfully fragrant and very focused on the palate. The aromas include toasted brioche, lemon custard and graham cracker. There are hints of warm apple pie and hazelnut on the nose as well as the palate. The flavors are very bright and racy with plenty of citrus and some subtle but ripe fruit flavors of pear and green apple with some wet stone lingering on the long finish. With the elevated acidity. this is a sparkling best paired with food. Perfect for seafood and a good match for hard cheeses, especially a well aged Gouda.
132 cases produced