Champagne, France NV
already set at your table upon seating
creamy, semi-dry, bright, grape, hint of anise - from Yamaguchi prefecture
Penedes, Spain 2011
Sustainable & Biodynamic
In Blanca Cusin\u00e9, the traditional variety Xarel\u00b7lo is joined with the two historic grape varieties in sparkling wine, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, all under the influence of the climate and the soil in the high mountains of Pened\u00e8s. Pinot Noir is vinified like a Blanc de Noir in order to offer an elegant and refined sparkling wine.