Hints of toast and almond essence. Pale with a transparent yellow colour and a lively effervescence. Pinot Noir and chardonnay combine exudes a full flavoured citrus nuance that glides down with a fine fizz and finishes with a long, delicious finish.
Food and Pairing:
Seafood of all types fish, crustations cheeses all types, cold cuts, Hors D’oeuvres
Fermented the Charmat way? Definition - What does Charmat Method mean?
The process involves allowed primary fermentation to run its course, after which, the winemaker induces a secondary fermentation with a mixture of yeast and sugar and seals the wine in a stainless-steel tank to trap the CO2 inside (which makes the bubbles). How long the CO2 is trapped in the wine dictates how bubbly the final product will be – frizzante (slightly bubbly) is left for 20 days to three months; Cuvée and Prestige wines are left for up to six months.
Once second fermentation is complete, the wine is filtered and fined to remove the lees and sediment. Another mixture of sugar and wine is added to preserve the bubbles; this final mixture dictates if the wine is called Brut, Demi-Sec or Sec. Finally, the Champagne is ready to be bottled under pressure.
Sire De Baupre is one of the most popular wines of it’s kind from France, also this wine has been getting more popular over the past year.in the less expensive category for French Sparkling wines. The price has been stable for some time now.
Grape Varieties - Chardonnay, Pinor Noir Twice Fermented using the Charmat Method.
Please note: Vintage may vary when delivered. We do our best to ensure the current vintage is displayed as soon as available, but variations can occur.
- Vintage: NV
- 6 x 750 ml units
- FRA Imported
- Cork Closure
- 5% Alcohol Content
- Serve cold