Not your father’s lambrusco! Well, we can’t be sure but we do know that lambrusco is super hip these days. Enjoy this partly-sweet frizzante with cured meats, on the patio or with cheese or dessert.
Discover smells like lily flowers, blemished apple and strawberry. Pierre Morlet makes it in Vallee de la Marne, Champagne, France. The flavors create a light-bodied and dry effect. Sample this Champagne with fish soup, sauteed shellfish or white Sparkling wine butter sauces.
The rich and toasty character of the Blanc de Noirs is balanced and superb. Aged for two-year minimum, the palate is developed and shows rich complex flavors. The amazing berries aromas and the creamy texture play a leading role and create a great finesse.
A nose of Granny Smith apple, lemon zest, bread toast and fresh strawberry. From Champagne, France, made by Duval Leroy. Impressions of Meyer lemon and Bartlett pear are exposed. The flavors create a light-bodied and dry effect. This Champagne brings out the best in such foods as teriyaki, chilled shrimp or roasted pork shoulder.