Enjoy 10% off on our Mixed case Collection!
This 6 bottle mixed case offers
2 bottles of each
‘Champagne Furdyna Carte Blanche Brut” from South part of Champagne
‘Crémant Zeyssolff Brut‘ from Alsace Region
‘Chateaux du Vieux puits’ Red Bordeaux – Côte de Blaye.
Champagne Furdyna Carte Blanche Brut – 70% pinot noir, 15% Chardoanny, 10% Pinot Blanc & 5% Meunier.
It has the typical Pinot characteristics and offers excellent value. The slightly warmer climate of Michel’s vineyards in the south of the region is reflected in the approachability and sheer drinkability of this harmonious wine. This cuvée has a lemony golden hue with lively bubbles. The nose is complex with white flowers and roses, yet delicately smoked and spicy. The palate is elegant and balanced with freshness and a very long finish.
This Champagne is a constant crowd-pleaser!
Crémant Zeyssolff Brut – 40% Pinot Blanc Auxerois, 40% Pint Noir, 20% Pinot Gris
Crémant is sparkling wine elaborated with the same traditional method as Champagne. The grape varieties we use to elaborate Crémant come from our vines in Gertwiller and Heiligenstein and are Alsatian grapes (Pinot Blanc and Pinot Noir). Crémant has a great personality and a growing reputation.
It is a party wine with luminous colour, with fine bubbles. The nose is fine, with brioche and white fruits notes (pear, apple). The blend of two grape varieties, Pinot blanc bringing roundness and lightness, and Pinot Noir with structure and liveliness make it an aperitive easy to match and to enjoy. Its delicate effervescence brings a pleasant freshness and a great structure in the mouth.
Chateau du Vieux Puits – Blaye Côte de Bordeaux Brut – 80% Merlot – 12% Cabernet Sauvignon – 4% Malbec – 4% Petit Verdot
Forward and lively fruit. The palate is intensely fruity with fresh blackcurrants and redcurrants. Lovely easy drinking. Really fresh, pleasant, subtly spiced finish.
Vignobles Bouillac creates cuvées that are created from Bordeaux’s slightly more forgotten varietals: Malbec and Petit Verdot. Two varietals that are often shoved slightly aside by Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.