Jules Larose Blanc de Blancs Brut NV

Blanc de blanc is French for ‘white of whites’ and is short hand for saying that a bubbly is made entirely from Chardonnay grapes. This light bodied French sparkling wine has light creamy aromas and a fresh finish. - 3.5 Stars, Joelle Thomson Wine Writer

A Blanc de Blancs – but not like you’re used to! A really interesting little blend from France has made its way to our doorstep and we’re hoping you into it as much as we are. A rare blend of 4 white grapes; Colombard, Macabeo, Malvasia and Chenin Blanc, it’s a delicious little sparkler made by a group of vintners spread throughout France. It’s filled with ripe stone fruit like white peach and apricot, has a zesty kick of lemon and lime and ends powerful and elegant with a hint of toasty brioche. We were really impressed by the quality of this bubbles and recommend grabbing; a case before we sell out, your favourite seafood, a comfy chair and sitting back to enjoy!

Country: France.
Grapes: Airen, maccabeo, parrellada, xarello.
Vinification: The grapes are harvested and gently pressed, go through a cold settling, then yeasting and finally fermentation at low temperature. Bottle fermentation takes place in pressure tanks for 6 months. These 6 months of ageing will give this superior sparkling wine its complexity.

Recommendations: As an aperitif or to accompany dishes including scallops, grilled fish and even light dishes such as poultry.
Serving Temperature: 6 - 8º C.
Alcohol: 11%. 
Residual sugar: 12g/L

11% Alcohol Level
Colombard Grapes
Muselet Seal

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