I bought a case and it is an excellent "Champagne type" wine. I say "C" type because in a blind tasting, you could not tell the difference. It is far better than those Italian type "bubbly" wines. Of course it is not a Veuve Clicquot, but is a genuine "brut" and at this price, should be served as your every day "C" type wine. When we have consumed this case, I will order another case ---that is if it is still available.
This might be a good sparkling wine; however it is illegal to call it Champagne and you should be ashame of yourself!
Anyone have opinion on this wine?
Wine Maker Notes
Our Burgundy partner, Antonin Rodet, has also sourced two stunning sparkling wines from De Perrière. This top producer has been making sparkling wines in the “méthode traditionelle” in Burgundy since 1920, at its winery in Charnay-Lès-Mâcon. It was one of the very first houses in the Mâconnais to produce Crémant de Bourgogne, thanks to its years of experience and in-depth understanding of the vinification of the Chardonnay grapes grown on the estate. Today, the company is part of the Boisset “Famille des Grands Vins” group and its sparkling wines are now made at the winery in Nuits St. Georges.