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Blanquette de Limoux Méthode Ancestrale, Antech NV

4.000000000 star rating 2 Reviews
A delightful, sweet and effervescent Languedoc white, fermented just once in bottle. Refreshingly light, low in alcohol and with a taste reminiscent of apples, this is perfect with fruit-based desserts such as apple pie as well as lightly spiced canapés.
Price: £10.61 Bottle
Price: £63.66 Case of 6
In Stock
Code: SG751A1

Wine characteristics

  • Sparkling Wine
  • 6 - Dessert sweetness
  • Mauzac
  • 75cl
  • Within one year of purchase
  • 6.5% Alcohol
  • no oak influence
  • Cork, natural

The Daily Telegraph

If you’re into wines from Limoux, in south-west France, as I very much am, you might have come across sparkling wines made by méthode ancestrale, which is just another name for pet nat. Many Limoux...
If you’re into wines from Limoux, in south-west France, as I very much am, you might have come across sparkling wines made by méthode ancestrale, which is just another name for pet nat. Many Limoux winemakers believe their sparkling wines pre-date those from the Champagne region. The province is now famous for its crémant, which has two fermentations, but méthode ancestrale still exists. The Wine Society has a sweet one, Blanquette de Limoux, Méthode Ancestrale Antech NV, France (6.5%, £10.61).
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