Fresh and juicy with strawberry, cherry and citrus aromas and flavours. Slightly fizzy with a touch of residual sweetness on the finish. A great match with spicy Italian sausage, bratwurst and pulled pork.
A blend of Sauvignon Blanc, Verdejo and Viura, this low-alcohol (8%) wine offers unusually concentrated lemon and green herbal scents with medium-sweet lemon and ripe yellow pear flavours. Sweetness is balanced with refreshing acidity and gentle spritz. Makes an ideal aperitif.
Medium-deep pink with a hint of orange and plenty of fizz. Faint nose, strawberries with a hint of toast. Flavours of mixed red berries and a bit of citrus. Very fruity with good acidity; light and refreshing. Drink up.
Bright, crisp and fruit-driven, showing citrus and white pepper. Zippy with lively bubbles, creamy texture and a sleek finish.
A singular Pét-Nat from the iconic Vincent Caillé, a fifth-generation vigneron and one of the few organic producers in Pais Nantais. Vincent took over the family business in 1986, and the property became “organic” in 1996. This ancestral fizz perfectly captures melon’s youthful and innocent charm. This wine epitomizes pretty and fragrant pear blossom and rosewater carried along a fine zip line of green apple acidity and a fine bubble to a snappy, mineral water finish. At 11% alcohol, this defines smashable. This grape is perfectly suited to this style.
A traditional method sparkler showing fine bead in the glass with a slightly shy nose, opening up with crisp green apple and citrus flavours, fine creamy mousse and zesty minerality on the palate. Very well-priced, polished fizz.
Pale gold, adequate effervescence (“satèn” means less CO2 and less pressure in the bottle). Inviting nose with delicate notes of white peach, butter, fresh mushrooms and chalk. Bone dry, the soft acidity is well balanced in the ascending mid-palate leading to a finish of very good length. Ready to drink.