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91 points Wine Enthusiast: " From 31-year-old vines, this bubbly is all kinds of wild, starting with a very cloudy appearance then leading into aromas of grapefruit soda, apple sauce and banana. That unique combination shows strongly on the palate as well, where tropical hints of mango and makrut lime add to the attention-grabbing format. (MK)" (03/2021)
Price: $24.95

All pét-nats are not created equal. Some are, in fact, decidedly less than equal. However, Birichino makes some of the most consistently delicious in the market. Few brands occupy as many spots on our shelves (or website) as Birichino. The reasons for this are numerous. Firstly, the wines are absolutely delicious. Secondly, few producers have such a dazzling assortment of varietals and styles, each one worthy of a placement. Third, the prices are very modest given the quality of the wines, growing critical acclaim, and remarkable vineyard sources. Last ...
Price: $24.95


All pét-nats are not created equal. Some are, in fact, decidedly less than equal. However, Birichino makes some of the most consistently delicious in the market. Few brands occupy as many spots on our shelves (or website) as Birichino. The reasons for this are numerous. Firstly, the wines are absolutely delicious. Secondly, few producers have such a dazzling assortment of varietals and styles, each one worthy of a placement. Third, the prices are very modest given the quality of the wines, growing critical acclaim, and remarkable vineyard sources. Last ...
Price: $24.95

Carboniste sparkling wines are a fresh take on the category, as San Francisco Chronicle wine reporter Esther Mobley described in a December, 2019 feature: "They taste youthful and primary. Extended tirage — who needs it? The wines are also notable for their soft textures. Whereas a typical bottle of Champagne might have 6 bars of pressure — a measurement of the force of the bubbles — the Carboniste wines clock in around 4, which puts them closer to the pressure of Prosecco."
Price: $24.95

Carboniste sparkling wines are a fresh take on the category, as San Francisco Chronicle wine reporter Esther Mobley described in a December, 2019 feature: "They taste youthful and primary. Extended tirage — who needs it? The wines are also notable for their soft textures. Whereas a typical bottle of Champagne might have 6 bars of pressure — a measurement of the force of the bubbles — the Carboniste wines clock in around 4, which puts them closer to the pressure of Prosecco."
Price: $22.95

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