Now this is why people call it bubbly. The first thing you'll notice about any Spumante California Champagne is the massive amount of bubbles pouring out of the bottle. Next time you need a little fizz, or just a sweet alternative... Read More
Ballatore Spumante was introduced in 1984. Since that time, Ballatore has consistently been awarded top honors in some of the nation's most prestigious competitions. To date, Ballatore Spumante holds over 190 awards. The delicate... Read More
A firm and refined blanc de blanc, with a streak of minerality running through finely layered flavors of Gala apple, lemon zest, biscuit and fresh ginger. A tangy saline note echoes on the lasting finish. Drink now through 2020.... Read More
The blending of the grapes is handed down along generations. This rosé unveils an elegant bouquet of red fruits and citrus, which dance on your palate with the persistent mousse. Have with sushi or friends.
Gentle pressing of clusters with membrane presses followed by immediate skin separation and static cold-settling for clear must. Fermentation in temperature controlled tanks using cultured yeasts. The Charmat process is known... Read More
Burgundy's version of classic French Champagne, the grapes are hand harvested followed by malolactic fermentation for the base wine. Base wines are blended, then receive the traditional liqueur de tirage and a yeast primer... Read More
This is becoming very fine, and watch out; it's entirely different from its old apples-and-butter form, more oystery and chalky and ginger and talc, with the apple-butter thing skulking in the mid-palate. It's racy, on... Read More
Cook's Extra Dry is a light straw color with pleasant fruit and a mild floral character. The aromas of apple and pear are balanced with a bouquet of toasty yeast notes and floral nuances. This champagne is semi-dry, with crisp... Read More