Bright aromas of candied cherry and cranberry meet notes of watermelon and strawberry. The aromas carry to the palate highlighted by fine bubbles in this dry sparkling

Food Pairings:

Smoked salmon, focaccia, fried chicken, canapes, roasted poultry or smoky BBQ



Additional Info:

Gamay / Gamay Noir (ga-MAY Nwahr) Originates from Beaujolais France, the grape can also go under the alias Beaujolais. This variety is known for incredibly easy drinking red wines. Offering the lightest style of red wine it is full of strawberry, tuitti fruitti cherry and low tannin. Gamay can also have richer characteristics of plum, pepper, and earth. These wines are usually best consumed when young and served slightly chilled. A great variety for new red wine drinkers.

Winemaker’s Notes:

The Term Blanc de Noirs is a wine made from red grapes but results in a white wine. The grapes are pressed and the juice is fermented separately resulting in a lightly hued wine. This wine has a whisper of pink to it 3g/L residual sugar