Cremant of Burgundy

  • White
  • 75 cl

One of the best Cremant today offered for sale on the market. Very high quality (white grapes only, Champagne method, extra-fine bubbles), it remains at a very attractive price for an effervescent wine of this quality. Wine on sale by 6 and multiple. Declining prices from 12 bottles.

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€9.90

Decreasing Prices info Get an additional 5% discount when ordering at least 6 bottles.

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    The average delivery times for Cremant of Burgundy protected packages are 48 to 72 hours by UPS. This shipment includes an anti-breakage guarantee.

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    The wine bottles are packaged in specialized packaging certified by the UPS carrier, which ensures delivery without damaging the wines or breaking the bottles. If ever a package is lost or the wine bottles broken, it will be re-shipped to you as soon as possible, we have specific insurance for this need.

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dégustation

Cremant of Burgundy

  • Complex

  • Powerful

  • Mineral

  • Fruity

  • Woody

 

Cremant de Bourgogne Brut - A cremant from Domaine le Meix de la Croix which is one of the favourites of our jury's wine selection.

Traditional method (Champenoise) for this Crémant and mainly white varieties: Chardonnay and Aligoté, Chardonnay being largely the majority. This Crémant Brut Blanc de Blancs has very fine bubbles and very pleasant floral aromas.

Discover a sparkling wine of very high quality at attractive prices. Bon Crémant to enjoy as an aperitif, as a dessert and of course for all your festive events.

Think of the Crémant de Bourgogne for all your festive events: birthday party, baptism, promotion, wedding. The Crémant de Bourgogne offers a very attractive value for money which places it more and more as an alternative to Champagne.

Service temperature: 6 to 8 degrees Fahrenheit

Le Bourguignon offers this Crémant de Bourgogne at a discounted price from 12 bottles.

 

mets & vins

Crémant de Bourgogne : Apéritifs salés, Tourtes aux légumes ou à la volaille, Crabes, Gambas, Entremets, Dessert aux fruits rouges, Brownies et tartes au chocolat, Tartes aux pommes ou poires, Glaces et Sorbet

caractéristiques

  • Appellation

    Regional
  • Type of Wine

    Sparkling
  • Wine Making

    Traditional Champagne Method
  • Grape Variety

    Blanc de blancs - Chardonnay - Aligoté
  • Harvest

    Manual
  • Burgundy Region

    Côte Chalonnaise
  • Service

    6 to 8 degrees
appellation

Crémant de Bourgogne

Wine Characteristics

A wine bursting with youth and audacity. Its freshness and vigour are a matter of general agreement. Given time, it acquires the stateliness of a great wine. The brut faithfully reflects its lively and clear-cut personality. As demise or sec, vivacity yields to smoothness and makes room for a new taste impression, that of sweetness.


The blanc is generally white-gold in colour. The bubbles are fine and form a delicate necklace around the edge of the glass. Floral, citrusy and mineral aromas are matched in the mouth by freshness and elegance plus a degree of acidity which is the key to a proper balance between aromatic power and the desired degree of lightness.


The blanc de blancs carries the perfume of white flowers, citrus fruits or green apples. With time, it will develop toasty notes and notes of pitted-fruits such as apricot or peach.


The blanc de noirs exhales aromas of small fruits (cherry, blackcurrant, raspberry). In the mouth, powerful, long and persistent. Time adds charm and warmth, with aromas of dried fruits and, perhaps, honey, spices or nutmeg.


The rosé, made from Pinot Noir grapes with or without a proportion of Gamay, is pink-gold in colour. This is a delicate wine with subtle aromas of red fruits.
 

Wine Steward’s Tip

Although Crémant de Bourgogne is a perfect pre-dinner drink, this in no way takes away from the fact that it is also a perfect accompaniment to food. The blanc chimes with main dishes such as stewed poultry with pears and dried fruits (confit de volaille aux poires et fruits secs).With the blanc de blancs, try scallops or river fish. The blanc de noirs makes a splendid match for braised oxtail or snails with potatoes (escargots en coque de pomme de terre) and is the ideal partner for poultry such as a fattened hen from La Bresse. The rosé is a sound choice as a dessert wine with its powerful floral aromas which go perfectly with ice cream and bring a touch of freshness to the close of a meal. It is ideal with pastries and its fruit scents are unbeatable with a red-fruit sorbet.
Serving temperatures: 4 to 8°C as a pre-dinner drink or dessert wine,6 to 9°C with main meal.
 

Situation

Sparkling Bourgogne made its entrance into history in 1830 when it was lauded by the poet Alfred de Musset (1820-1857) in his “Secrètes pensées de Raphaël”. It was first made at the beginning of the 19th century at Chablis, Nuits-Saint-Georges, Rully and Tonnerre, and since then has not ceased to sparkle. It was for a long time the practice to make effervescent versions of prestigious Burgundian Grands Crus but the AOC status granted in 1975 laid down strict conditions for its production on the basis of meticulously-applied traditional skills to achieve high-quality vinification. Only whites and rosés qualify for the appellation. They may be blanc de blancs (from white grapes) or blanc de noirs (from white-juiced black grapes). Most are classed as brut or, less often, demi-sec. The production area is the same as that for the appellation Bourgogne.

Terroirs


The grapes from which the vins de base for Crémant de Bourgogne are made come from a wide variety of soils in vineyard districts throughout Bourgogne.
They range from the chalky subsoil of the Joigny district in the north to the granites of southern Bourgogne, via the limestones and marls of the Côtes where most of the wines of this appellation are grown.

Source : https://www.bourgogne-wines.com

Wine Estate

Domaine Venot

Domaine Venot in Burgundy Côte Chalonnaise.

Producer respectful of the vine and traditional methods (hand picking) offering precise and very expressive wines, at a very good value for money. A reference of the coast of Chalonnais a few cables from Givry.