A selection of Loire, Bordeaux and Charentais Grape varieties - Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc, Ugni Blan, Colombard, and both Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon. Natural second fermentation occurs in the bottle, following the ”Methode Traditionnelle” process, employed in the production of the world’s best sparkling wines, including Champagne. Ageing: A minimum of 9 months with yeast culture in the darkness of the 17th century Grandin cellars which are at a constant 54 degrees Fahrenheit.
Since 1886, Grandin has produced an excellent quality sparkling wine from the Loire Valley, exclusively by the “Méthode Traditionelle”. Identical to the method used in Champagne, the “Méthode Traditionelle” requires rigorous grape selection, constant quality, and a minimum 12 month second fermentation.
Pale straw colour with gold reflection and persistent bubbles. Delicate almond fragrance with undertones of hazelnut, subtle touch of clove and lime tree. Crisp and elegant.