Michel Frères Crémant de Bourgogne 2004
If you're looking for an alternative to Champagne that won't smash your piggy bank I'd point you here. Crisp green fruits with nice acidity and the classic biscuity yeasty character come together to make this a great buy.Add winemaker's notes
If you're looking for an alternative to Champagne that won't smash your piggy bank I'd point you here. Crisp green fruits with nice acidity and the classic biscuity yeasty character come together to make this a great buy.
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A white sparkling wine (known as a “Crémant” when made outside of the Champagne region) produced in the Chablis region of Burgundy. The cool climate produces a wine that has the crisp acidity of true Champagne. Dry, mineral-driven and full of citrus and mixed apple fruit on the palate, this is a natural match for any seafood fare, be it cured salmon, smoked trout or oysters.
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