J. Laurens Brut Cremant de Limoux (1.5L)

SKU #100020 Wine & Spirits

 The wines recommended here have been selected by a broad range of educated palates, then rated and described by one person. Our critics each cover a range of territories. Our goal with these ratings is to provide a single, consistent point of view against which you may measure your own taste over time.  (6/2010)

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You should always have a handful of bottles of this sparkler on hand for impromptu parties (because a sudden Tuesday night fete with your pals is, of course, better with bubbly). This wallet-friendly "Blanc de Blancs" drinks like an expensive French Champagne, with a rich yeasty nose and body to match. It's called a "Cremant de Limoux," the official name for a sparkling wine from Limoux in southern France near Carcasspnne (that meets certain production and quality requirements). Definitely worth a serious look. Your friends will swear they're drinking Champagne worth 2-3 times what you paid!

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Price: $34.99

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Alcohol Content (%): 12