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I just sold the last bottle of this lovely bubbly but I'm currently shipping some more. In the interim try the Crémant de Bourgogne Rosé which is drinking beautifully at the moment.
Drink on its own, with canapés, smoked salmon, caviar, shellfish including lobster, fish, chicken, turkey and desserts especially fruit based desserts such as sorbet.
"The plots face south, at an altitude of 330m. The cuvee is a blend of 80% chardonnay and 20% Gamay grapes.
Soils: streaked Triassic clays, very clayey.
Tasting: The altitude of the parcels contributes to a fine and elegant bouquet. The Gamay and chardonnay blend during the long ageing cycle to produce a rich Crémant with fine and persistent effervescence.
Vinification and ageing: Traditional Crémant de Bourgogne vinification, followed by about 16 months of ageing on slats.
Suggested ageing before drinking: 3 to 5 years."
Tasted blind, this could well pass for Champagne and makes a very good alternative to Champagne. Rich but refreshing, elegant Crémant de Bourgogne