Louis De Vignezac Champagne Grand Cru
The champagne blend is one of the worlds most unique wine blends. The term champagne refers to sparkling wines made from a blend of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Pinot Meunier grapes grown in the region. Louis De Vignezac Champagne Grand Cru is a dry wine, with nice acidity and exceptional bubbles. On the palate is quince, green apple, lemon-lime pie, with brioche and saline. Best to drink now, and if opened thirty minutes prior to drinking.
The Champagne wine region is located in what used to be a province of France until the French Revolution. That is when the administration of the whole country was centralized and provinces were abolished. The Champagne region is known best for their famous sparkling wines that carry the region's name. By the law of most countries, sparkling wine can only be referred to as champagne if the grapes came from the Champagne region. However, the term is now used for wine produced using what is known to be the traditional method, especially in the new world countries.