Crémant de Bourgogne - Vitteaut-Alberti, Blanc de NoirsRegular price $45.00 Save $-45.00
This Crémant de Bourgogne has a lovely golden hue, with fine, satiny bubbles. The nose is powerful and refined, with a delicate palate of yellow stonefruits. The richness of yellow plum jumps out and the freshness of white peach at the finish. The mouth is drier yet elegant, much in the same way as a Pinot Noir.
The term 'Crémant de Bourgogne' means the fruit is all coming from a specific area, Burgundy (France).
The term 'Blanc de Noirs' means that it is made from 100% Pinot noir grapes (from Côte de Beaune).
The term 'Brut' means that the Residual Sugar ('RS') is less than 10g/l, at 6g/l.
Closure: Diam Cork (cork closures free from TCA, molecule responsible for cork taint, and many other molecules responsible for sensory deviations).
Few words about the House, Vitteaut-Alberti:
Since 1951, Crémant Vitteaut-Alberti captures its aromas in the terroir of Burgundy. Situated in Rully, south of Beaune, the Maison Vitteaut-Alberti remains attached to the creation of effervescent wines by the "Méthode Traditionnelle".
It's dry, refreshing and medium bodied with characterful, toasty aromas, reflecting the Pinot Noir grape, and tastes fully sparkling, which is suggestive of high quality winemaking. It's very good quality and value. 17.5/20
Made from 100% Pinot Noir showcasing a charming yet fine balance between a core of fruit and lees autolysis - apple and white peach with a twist of lemon, freshly baked goods of oat-bread and wheat then a mild toasty quality. 93 Points - Excellent.