Cooks Brut Champagne is light in body and medium dry with juicy flavors of pear and apple with balanced toasted yeast.
Tasting Notes - A medium - dry champagne with crisp fruit Flavors. Apple and pear aromas are balanced with a palate of toasty yeast notes and floral nuances. With it's light and long finish, this champagne pairs perfectly with foods like french fries, sushi, and fried calamari.
The Producer - Raised in the sunny state of California, Miguel Sanchez spent his summers as a young adult working in the Monterey County vineyards. He briefly worked at Kendall Jackson Winery and later joined the Blackstone Winery as a lab technician, this is when he gained a passion for winemaking strengthened and became a life goal. He obtained a degree in Enology while working for Paul Masson Winery in 2008. His education further drove his career, and now has a vast amount of experience in winemaking. From premium reds and whites to delicious ports and dessert wines as well as a broad range of import wines from Australia, Argentina, New Zealand, Chile, South African, France, and Spain. But his passion for California wines outweighs these and is proud to be the winemaker at Cook's California Champagne Cellars.
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