Jean Philippe & Francois Becker Cremant d' Alsace Bio

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Domaine Jean-Philippe et Francois Becker is a staple in our direct import program here at K&L and we are very pleased to have their wines. The Domaine is located in Zellenberg in one of the very few hilltop towns in Alsace and is run by three very energetic and dynamic siblings. They work naturally in the vineyards, not using pesticides, herbicides or fertilizers, relying on a more respectful and natural approach. This lovely dry sparkler is composed of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Blanc. It is bright and refreshing, with a fine bead, creamy texture and just a hint of toast. This bubbly is a perfect aperitif, great for parties or just when you need a little sparkle in your life.

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Staff Image By: Steve Greer | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 7/25/2009 | Send Email
I have become a big fan of sparkling wine from Alsace while working here. This is another direct import from Alsace for us and this property takes an organic approach to viticulture and wine-making. This is comprised of pinot noir, chardonnay and pinot blanc. Starts with a beautiful nose of peaches and just a bit of toastiness. A great texture for a non-Champagne sparkling and ends crisp and refreshing.

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