December 16, 2018 |
Sparking scores for some sparkling wines!
WE ARE THRILLED TO ANNOUNCE THAT WINE ENTHUSIAST HAS GIVEN TWO OF OUR SPARKING WINES 91 POINTS!
Fact, not fiction, and not fake news: The Languedoc, not the Champagne region, was the birthplace of sparkling wine. At the Abbaye de St. Hilaire near the Languedoc town of Limoux, a warm spring caused a second fermentation in the bottle to occur. This was noticed by the monks, of course. And thus began the delight of sparkling wine drinkers all over the world. There are hundreds of sparkling wine producers using the méthode champenoise. Our favorite producer is...J. Laurens!
Delight your family this holiday season with our amazingly priced Decanter World Competition 2017 Bronze medal winner sparkling rosé, Le Rose No. 7 and the very special, Decanter World Competition 2017 Silver medal and Guide Hachette starred wine Clos des Demoiselles (Field of The Bridesmaids) both produced by our favorite sparkling wine producer, J. Laurens.
You can also watch our youtube channel to learn more about these stunning wines!