Champagne may be France's most famous bubbly, but there are several other regions that produce top quality fizz and, being less well known, they offer excellent value for money. Three notable proponents - Crémants de la Loire, d'Alsace and de Bourgogne - are especially worth seeking out. This delightful sparkler is from the Cave de Mancey, which draws on the best grapes of some 80 local growers. It is made from the finest parcels of creamy Chardonnay and fruity, perfumed Pinots from the Mâconnais, traditionally vinified with the secondary fermentation in bottle - just like the real deal.This is a crémant of real distinction and finesse - a delicious drop to drink solo or with canapés, and particularly good to serve at celebrations.
|Style||Champagne and sparkling wine|
|Drink By||Dec 2014|
|Bottle Size||150 cl|
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