In total, the wine spent 42 months in bottle on fine lees for character and complexity before being disgorged and sealed with cork. No dosage was added, allowing for a character expressing the classic elegance of Pinot Noir in a fresh and sophisticated sparkling wine.
This Méthode Cap Classique with its charming salmon colour has a persistent bubble and a lively rich mousse. On the nose it expresses brioche, dark fruit and flowers, while the palate is alive with citrus and berry notes complemented by a slight hint of baked biscuits. This wine typifies a good Méthode Cap Classique’s ability to offer wines that are fresh, lively yet elegant.
Enjoy on its own or with oysters, summer salads and fresh seafood.