Vintage sparkling wine made in France's famed Burgundy region, there isn't a single village that doesn't produce grapes for Cremant. Hard to believe that even in Vosne Romanee, home to some of the most expensive wines in the world, they are also using grapes for $15 sparkling wines! It's not Champagne, in price or flavor, but Cremant de Bourgogne bridges the gap between the more expensive French versions and Italian Proseccos & Spanish Cavas. The flavors are bright and fruity, with notes of apples, pineapples and a hint of toast carried elegantly by the fine mousse. A perfect addition to a Sunday brunch, summer sipping, or even the holidays.
"Fresh, vibrant and ripe pears and apple witha touch of toast are broad and inviting on the nose. The palate delivers a rich texture with an underlying mineral note to the ripe fruit flavors. Excellent length with a nice lemon tinged finish. Well done." The Wine Buyer, 92 Points