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Glinavos, 'Paleokerisio', 2018 (500ml)
Paleokerisio, meaning "old fashioned" is a traditional style semi-sparkling wine of the region. Debina, Vlahiko, and Bekari grapes go through skin contact before fermentation. Off-dry, with flavors of baked pear/apple, orange peels, and mountain spices.
Cruse Wine Company, 'Tradition' Sparkling Wine California, NV (750ml)
Michael Cruse is known for his eponymous winery, sure, but he's probably best known for producing California's cultiest sparkling wine, Ultramarine. Ultramarine follows the diktats of the strictest elements in Champagne's Grower movement: single variety,
Laherte Frères, Champagne Brut, 'Ultradition', NV (750ml)
Blend of 60% Meunier, 30% Chardonnay and 10% Pinot Noir. Primary fermentation takes places in a combination of foudres (20%) tank (20%) and barrel (60%) . Fine and complex and deliciously fluffy. Put on some sequins and drink this, fancy pants.
Bérèche et Fils, Champagne 'Campania Remensis Rosé', 2016 (750ml)
This is a rose that comes from the far east of the Champagne region and it is dominated by Pinot Noir. You'll find a rather pale hue to this wine that brings forth bright red fruit and minerality that hints at the compsition of the terroir.
Bisson, 'Glera' Vino Frizzante Trevigiana “Bianco delle Venezie”, 2019 (750ml)
Try this organic Glera from the Venteo. It’s bottle- fermented, unfiltered, and unfined, with delicate bubbles. This is Prosecco in all but name. Clean, bright, and refreshing with notes of acacia honey, white flowers, crunchy green apples, and tart necta
Billecart-Salmon, Champagne Brut Rosé, NV (750ml)
"The first time I had the opportunity to taste the cuvée Brut Rosé, it was long ago with Alain Passard. What I immediately liked is the ‘wine’ side.Then, it reveals more intimately, on the citrus notes, red fruits, rather subtle and elegant." Pierre Hermé