Crémant de Loire Brut, NV

  Bouvet-Ladubay

Sparkling White

This is a sparkling wine from Loire, or AOP Crémant de Loire to be precise, made using the traditional method, or Méthode Traditionnelle.

Contains Sulphites.

About Bouvet-Ladubay

Bouvet-Ladubay is one of the oldest sparkling wine producers in Saumur, Loire Valley. Since 1851 it has been preserving the family traditions and know-how. The limestone subsoil, the mild climate and the excellent drainage of the clay are ideal for the cultivation of Chenin Blanc and Cabernet Franc creating the natural acidity needed to produce well-balanced white and rosé sparkling wines. The second fermentation takes place in a bottle to create elegant tiny bubbles.

Appellation: AOP Crémant de Loire

The Loire Valley is one of seven appellations in France approved to produce Crémant - dry sparkling wines made in the "Méthode Traditionelle", the historic method used in Champagne. A variety of grapes can be used to make Crémant de Loire but Chenin Blanc is the most popular.

Grape Blend: Chenin Blanc | Chardonnay

A blend that lends itself well to sparkling wines, particularly from the Loire region.