The process starts with the harvest of the grapes for Blanc de Bleu. Grapes are harvested early to ultimately produce a wine that is crisp and tart with subtle fruit character.
The harvested grapes are gently processed so that the juice, now carefully separated from skins and seeds, retains its delicate profile. The juice is pumped into a stainless steel fermentation tank where a yeast culture is added. While fermenting, the juice is refrigerated to lock in the splendid flavors.
After this fermentation is complete, the fresh wine is filtered and stabilized. The wine is now ready to turn into sparkling wine using the Charmat method.
After the fermentation is complete, the yeast is filtered out. Organic blueberry flavor is added and dosage to impart a balance to the wine that is dry, crisp, and refreshing.
This is the classic characteristics of a fine Brut sparkling wine.
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