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Veuve Corbin Brut
Veuve Corbin Brut

Country of Origin: France

Region: Loire

Grape Varieties: Chenin Blanc, Ugni Blanc, Colombard

Alcohol by Volume: 11%

Food Matches: Easy drinking and perfectly quaffable for any occasion.

Special Features: Vegetarian


Price: £8.57
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Tasting Note: A sparkling that won't break the budget. From one of the Loire's oldest and most reliable sparkling wine producers. This wine is a multi varietal blend from the Saumur region with an attractive light fizz, nutty freshness and dry finish.

Producer Details: Founded in 1811, this is the oldest sparkling-wine house in Saumur and one of the biggest of the Loire negociants. Experience and tradition, as well as technological. advances in terms of winemaking techniques, are at the heart of their authenticity. They are also strongly committed to the protection of terroirs through sustainable winegrowing. These farming practices are used by partner winegrowers and guarantee the phytosanitary quality of the harvests, while respecting the character of each selected terroir. Increasingly, the wine is made by the company in its own wineries; as a result, quality has improved dramatically.

In The Vineyard: Ackerman Laurence are strongly committed to the protection of terroirs through sustainable winegrowing. These farming practices are used by partner winegrowers and guarantee the phytosanitary quality of the harvests, while respecting the character of each selected terroir.

In The Winery: A multi-varietal blend which includes Chenin Blanc, Ugnin Blanc and Colombard. Increasingly, the wine is made by the company in its own wineries; as a result, quality has improved dramatically. After pressing, alcoholic (and sometimes malolactic) fermentations produce supple wines, with delicate aromas and good keeping qualities.

 
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