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Autour des “Bulles” – Lot n° 1

Blanc & Rosé | Chardonnay, Grenache gris, Blauer Wildbacher | 0,75 L & 1,5 L | Champagne, Espagne & Autriche | Nos vins

The vinification of grape juice naturally produces carbon dioxide, thus giving the wine a spontaneous effervescence. When fermentation is completed in the closed space of the bottle, this natural sparkling profile characterises so-called "ancestral method" or "rural method" wines and more widely pétillant naturels of all kinds.

In Champagne, another process is in play: the "méthode champenoise" - known as "traditional" for sparkling wines outside Champagne, which consists of two fermentation stages, the first in vats or barrels to obtain a classic still, dry white wine, followed by a second fermentation in the bottle by the addition of a "liqueur de tirage" (sugar and yeast) to create carbon dioxide.

Champagne La Colline Inspirée Extra-brut Blanc de Blancs Emmanuel Lassaigne (Magnum) | Sparkling | White | Chardonnay | 1,5 L | Champagne

In keeping with the image of the "Colline Inspirée" - the "Montrachet" of Champagne - a cuvée with Burgundian notes, with fruit, toasted and brioche nuances that blend with the chalky signature of the terroir, and a beautiful intensity.

Empordà Les Fades del Granit 2017 Còsmic Vinyaters | Sparkling | White | Grenache gris | 0,75 L | Empordà | Spain

Grenache Gris grapes are macerated for 2 days with the skins, vinified in amphora and then finished in the bottle: an "ancestral method" that combines the charm of the fruit with a juice that is both suave and vibrant, with a beautiful salivating and mineral acidity.

Steiermark Rosé Sekt Brut Nature Franz Strohmeier | Sparkling | Rosé | Blauer Wildbacher | 0,75 L | Steiermark | Austria

A typical Styrian sparkling wine (Sekt) from the Blauer Wildbacher grape variety, vinified as a rosé (short maceration) using the traditional method: invigorating, with notes of red fruits and floral touches underlined by fine spices (disgorged in November 2015).

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