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Pivnica Cajkov Vulcanica #4 (Methode Untraditional)

Pivnica Cajkov Vulcanica #4 (Methode Untraditional)

The Vulcanica #4 label represents the noble bubbles from the Cajkov princess – Pesecká Leánka (70%) and Pinot Gris (30%), which spent together one year in oak barrels. After that year, the must was added, which kicked off a secondary fermentation in bottles.

This wine is blessed with a very complex salty taste originating from volcanic ash tuff and superb fresh acidity as a backbone.

Cajkov Vulcanica #4 was not clarified, filtered or mechanically stressed. A bottle of pure natural bubbles designed to bring about joy and happiness to your day.

Fidora Prosecco Brut

Fidora Prosecco Brut

The Glera grapes of Civranetta estate are nourished with bands of “Caranto”, the ancient Pleistocene stratification, which is composed of compact clay-loam soils. The peculiar minerality of this soil, located near the Lagoon of Venice, conveys a complex aromatic balance to every single grape, while the proximity to the sea and to its winds gives them a distinctive sapidity, which increases their aromas. The first fermentation takes place after the grapes are pressed. The second fermentation takes place once the wine has been stabilized, using a Charmat method, and lasts at least 8 weeks, in order to obtain a fine perlage.

Manuel Olivier Cremant De Bourgogne Brut

Manuel Olivier Cremant De Bourgogne Brut

Very nice cremant made from 25% Aligoté, 50% Chardonnay, 25% Pinot Noir. The three grape varieties are assembled after malolactic fermentation. Aligoté is an ancient grape variety in Burgundy. Like the more famous Chardonnay, it also comes from a natural cross between Pinot and Gouais Blanc. Aligoté brings freshness to sparkling wine. Chardonnay traditionally stands for finesse – reinforced by Manuel Olivier by using a Chardonnay that has matured for 1 year. Finally, Pinot Noir gives the wine its structure. The cremant is naturally made in traditional bottle fermentation.

Fabrice Gasnier La Cravantine Cremant Rosé NV

Fabrice Gasnier La Cravantine Cremant Rosé NV

Fabrice Gasnier’s La Cravantine is a sparkling rosé made from 100% Cabernet Franc. The juice is from a direct pressing to preserve the fruit character of the grapes, and made in the traditional method. Bright, fresh and energetic, this is a sparkler to enjoy as an apertif, with light appetizers, or relax with on a beautiful day.

Bruno Michel Cuvée Pauline Blanc de Blanc 2002

Bruno Michel Cuvée Pauline Blanc de Blanc 2002

Estate vines of 35-60 years old in Moussy in Pierry, south of Epernay. It has been fermented in old oak barrels and aged for 10 months in them before being bottled and aged on the lees for 7 years. The wine has a pale color, with a spring of tiny bubbles and a nose of sweet spice cake and fragrant white flowers. This is elegant, complex Champagne with a very long, gentle finish. It should keep for more than a decade, but will certainly make any occasion between now and then special!

Bruno Michel Assemblée Rosé Brut

Bruno Michel Assemblée Rosé Brut

Organic certified grower Champagne from a top producer. Both gourmand and elegant, this cuvée is loved for its ruby color, spicy aromas, and the notes of red berries in its finish. It’s very brilliant color comes from a careful harvest, where only the best grape clusters were selected at optimal ripeness, and from the saignée winemaking method.

This rosé is a great highlight to complement the end of a meal with friends, and pairs well with a dessert made with red berries or a crumble.

Brut (residual sugar: 6g/l)

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