Gut Hermannsberg Blanc de Blanc Sekt Nahe (Dry)

SKU #1295978

This Blanc de Blanc is made with grapes specially selected from the Nahe's Kupfergrube Grosse Lagen (Grand Cru) vineyards. The single variety base wines are carefully blended together in order to express the strengths of the individual varieties. Vineyards facing South to South-West. Soils of melaphyr, carbonate shale, lemberg porphyry. Stainless steel tanks and Demi-muid (600 l) barrels, traditional methode champenoise. Nimble, aromatic notes of apricot, pear and white flowers are prominent in this elegant addition to our Gut Hermannsberg range. The creamy texture and rich, sophisticated flavors of apricot and peach charm the palate while a fine mousse and long finish whisper promises of a glass as delightful as it is delicious.

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Price: $19.99

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Staff Image By: Dulcinea Gonzalez | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 4/12/2017 | Send Email
This is my new favorite sparkling wine under $20! Made with a super elegant blend of 50% Chardonnay and 50% Pinot Blanc, this is clean and fresh on the palate. The mousse is fine followed by a rich, creamy texture and delicious notes of stone fruit. Perfect Spring/Summer time bubbles. Super Recommended!!

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