Le Berceau Blanquette de Limoux Brut Non-Vintage

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Around the year 1531 the monks of Saint Hilaire Abbey made the first sparkling wines in the Languedoc’s Limoux region, and today there are several different types of fizzy Limoux made there. Among the two dry ones, both made in the traditional method like Champagne, the Blanquette de Limoux AOC is typically terroir expressive and rustic-tasting. As is required by the appellation, Domaine Martinolles’ Le Berceau Blanquette is crafted primarily from the Mauzac variety, a traditional grape of this region and kept for a minimum of nine months on the lees before being disgorgment. Pair with the volumptuous Delice de Bourgogne, a triple creme cow’s milk cheese from Burgundy with a bloomy rind and buttery interior. 

 

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