Blanquette de Limoux Reserve

The Languedoc region in southern France was making sparkling wine back in 1531, long before they were doing the whole second-fermentation trick required to get bubbles in the bottle in Champagne. The blend is quite different though, with local hero grape Mauzac taking the lead. From a great producer, this is crisp and apple-y with a touch of biscuit. A great bone dry alternative to Prosecco if you’re looking for one.

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