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CRÉMANT DE BOURGOGNE Traditional method, AP, Burgundy, France
Vintage Assessments Tasting Note Producer DOMAINE LUQUET
Bright medium light orange salmon colour. Slightly spicy, very pleasant, ripe, melon-apple-strawberry nose. Dry, medium to medium-light bodied, slightly spicy, fairly crisp, ripe melon-apple-strawberry flavours with a lingering, fairly effervescent, bright, fresh finish. Ready-to-drink. This 100% Chardonnay has 12% alcohol and 7 g/L residual sugar and is made in the Traditional method. Last appeared in Vintages (**/**+) on September 5, 2015 at $23.95 and was Recommended. CSPC 957894
Type Sparkling Wine
Agent Rog Com
Country France
Region Burgundy
Rating **/**+(88 points)
Spicy, Ripe, Effervescent
LCBO Note Status A Vintage Assessments Explorer's Selection!
TASTING NOTE: The best sparkling wines are made according to the Champagne method, by adding yeast and sugar to still wine and allowing it to referment in bottle under pressure to generate fine bubbles. That's the process used in this affordable \"crémant,\" the French term for quality bubblies that come from outside the Champagne region. It's 100-per-cent chardonnay, also a key grape of Champagne. Bone-dry, it smells wonderfully of fresh-baked bread and displays a creamy texture that carries flavours suggestive of lemon curd on toasted baguette. Score - 91 (Beppi Crosariol, The Globe and Mail, May 15, 2018) Price $ 24.95
Bottle Size 750 mL
Tasting Date vintages release - September 15, 2018
Cases bought 249 (12 bottles per case)

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