Blanc de Blancs - 100% sparkling Chardonnay from grand cru vineyards. Bouquet of white fruits, pears and a hint of lychee. Creamy and silky on the palate with excellent balance. The purity and elegance of Chardonnay make Charles VII Blanc de Blancs an exceptional wine for exceptional occasions.
Pairings: East coast oysters, Grilled lean meat such as chicken and salmon, fruit tarts, fresh fruit, lightly buttered popcorn
Reviews: Wine Enthusiast 91: Rich, with a hint of toast, this floral wine, with its almond blossom aromas, is drier than many other bottlings from this producer. It has a crisp, tight texture, with a mineral edge as well as a firm structure that suggests it is still young, so drink from 2018.
The classic example of sparkling wine is Champagne from France, but many other examples are produced in other countries and regions, such as Franciacorta and Prosecco in Italy, Sekt in Germany and Austria, Espumante in Portugal and Cava in Spain. Some of these are made according the production method called "Traditional Method." This is how Champagne is produced and considered the highest quality way to make a sparkling wine.
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