Chateau Frank Brut (2008)
A classic methode champenoise sparkling wine made from Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier with dominant characters of lime, apricot, fresh herbs, orange candy and ginger, finishing off with sour dough and mineral undertones.
A great balance is achieved between the fruity contributions of the Pinot Noir and the acidic backbone of the Chardonnay resulting in a long clean finish. This wine shows great complexity with layers of fruit, floral notes, fresh dough, mineral characters, and an enduring creamy finish. Serve with sushi, pâté or grilled salmon.
2007 - American Wine Society Competition: Double Gold
2007 - Taster's Guild Consumer Wine Judging: Double Gold
2007 - Atlantic Seaboard Wine Competition: Gold
2007 - Ultimate Wine Challenge: "90 Points"/Gold
2007 - Denver International Competition: Gold
2007 - Riverside International Competition: Gold
2007 - Pacific Rim International Wine Competition: Gold
2007 - Finger Lakes International Wine Competition: Gold
2006 - Pacific Rim International Wine Competition: Gold
2006 - Taster's Guild Consumer Wine Judging Competition: Gold