73 Rosé Sparkling 2017 — Clements Hills



165 cases produced

Wine Note
The “73” — Blanc de Noir (Sparkling Pinot Noir and Chardonnay): Made again in the classic ‘Méthode Champenoise’ style, our Blanc de Noir contains Chardonnay as well, which provides that lighter, crisper character to the pale pink runoff juice from the Pinot Noir. The combination provides a sparkling rose that has a silky, soft mouth-feel while at its core is the robustness of the Pinot Noir grape, allowing the Chardonnay to lift the flavor profiles on the finish. Mark Storer, NABU Resident Somm 

Single Vineyard: Sierra Vista Vineyards

What is Méthode Traditionelle?
Here is Wine Spectator’s definition of Méthode Traditionelle CLICK HERE.


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Additional Information
Weight 4 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 3 × 3 in