The organic Brut wine contains a large portion of Chardonnay and is aged for more than 20 months with yeast. The result: finer bubbles and more distinct aromas. The wine has less than 6 grams of residual sugar per liter, which really brings out the minerality. The trend to very dry wines with almost no residual sugar can be seen in other sparkling wines as well, including Cava and Champagne.
Color: Bright, luminous lemon yellow (the color of the juice not the fruit).
Nose: Reminiscent of delicate, white flowers, grapefruit and quince, followed by fine yeast notes such as fresh bread and butter croissants.
Palate: A prominent acidity and a delicate sparkling quality bring out the aromas of the wine’s fragrance in your mouth. This is accompanied by notes of salted almonds, very mineral.
Finish: Fruity-mineral finish.
Serving temperature: 5° C, so you should drink it at about 7 °C.
Storage: Drinkable now and for about the next 2 years. This is very important, because sparkling wines are young and fresh right after bottling.
Food pairing: Serve as an aperitif or with smoked trout fillets, lemon sorbet, fried whitefish fillets.