Decent sparkling wine for the price. Crisp apple flavors and soft acidity. Think this would be a great mimosa sparkling wine. :-)
Yeasty, grapey aromas give way to a doughy palate with big, rough bubbles. Suitable for blending, but there are better Spanish options for the price.
This was a thoughtful gift. Clean finish. Nice way to unwind.
Food Pairings for Wolf Blass Champagne Blend Yellow Label Sparkling Brut
<p>This Australian sparkler is made of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes that are vinified separately to preserve their characteristics. The result is a crisp wine with fruit aromas and some acidity.</p>
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