Origin: United States
Floral, full of peach, pear, white flower, melon, apple. Very aromatic and fresh. Medium-bodied and elegant. Early in the season, while thinking about their Chambourcin block, they started thinking that the primary chemistry of early-picked Chambourcin fit the bill for a sparkling wine, with regard to the rate at which tartaric acid and sugars respectively fall and rise during ripening. Additionally, the bright cherry/raspberry/spice aromatics of the Chambourcin rose seemed to lend themselves to a sparkling wine. So they went for it, producing the wine in the traditional method, hand-riddling and hand-disgorging.
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