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  • Domaine Chandon Domaine Chandon, Étoile Brut NV, Los Carneros, CA

Domaine Chandon, Étoile Brut NV, Los Carneros, CA

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This effervescent California Brut from Chandon combines Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier into an elegantly layered sparkling wine with tiny bubbles and a lingering finish.

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Domaine Chandon “Étoile” Brut NV Carneros

This effervescent California Brut from Chandon combines Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier into an elegantly layered sparkling wine with tiny bubbles and a lingering finish.

COUNTRY: United State of America (USA)

STATE: CA

APPELLATION (AVA): Carneros

VINTAGE: NV

GRAPES: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier

VINIFICATION: Aged on the lees, five years in the bottle

STYLE: Sparkling

COLOR: Straw yellow

BODY: Full

TASTE: Dry (Brut)

PRIMARY AROMAS: Fresh red apple, strawberry, ginger, brown baking spices

FLAVOR: Tiny bubbles, baked apple, honey, cinnamon, nutty caramel; creamy structure, balanced acidity, lingering finish

FORMAT: 750 ml

ALCOHOL: 12%

SERVICE AND SUGGESTION:
Serve ice cold and enjoy before the start of a meal on its own or with seafood dishes like fresh oysters, grilled scallops in brown butter, or poached salmon.

ABOUT THE PRODUCER:               
In 1973, Domaine Chandon became the first French-owned sparkling wine venture in the United States. But Chandon’s beginnings date back to 1690 with the father of champagne. A Benedictine monk and cellar-master at the Abbey of Hautvillers, named Dom Pérignon, set out to unlock the secret of sparkling wine and ultimately developed the traditional champagne method.
The Abbey of Hautvillers was purchased by Moët & Chandon, who named their prestige cuvée, Dom Pérignon, in honor of the Benedictine monk. Claude Moët, a Dutchman by origin, founded the house of Moët in Champagne, France in 1743.
In 1968, Moët & Chandon sets its sights on Napa Valley as the next world-class sparkling wine region with a commitment to craft the finest range of American sparkling wines—wines that reflect California’s vibrant regional character and yet remain true to centuries-old méthode traditionnelle.
Five years later, Moët-Hennessy (a partnership formed in 1971 between Moët & Chandon and cognac producer Hennessy) sought prime growing locations in Napa Valley. They found it in the Mt. Veeder and Carneros regions and the Yountville location Domaine Chandon now calls home.
The founders planted vineyards and designed an architectural and ecological winery that blends into its surroundings and reflects Chandon’s legacy of excellence.
(chandon.com)

 

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