Bründlmayer Blanc de Noirs
The bouquet is complex with scents of fresh green apples, blossom nectar and ripe lime together with a note of lightly toasted brioche. The persistent perlage and elegant acidity, full of salty freshness, provides a vibrant entry on the palate and forms the backbone. Very dense and compact with, again, hints of ripe green apples. Rich, yet with a fine structure, this wine is clean and straight with a lingering, refreshing finish.
- STEPHAN REINHARDT, WINE ADVOCATE, APRIL 2021
- 95 / 100
- Falstaff Sparkling Spezial 02/21
Fermentation took place in stainless steel tanks, where also the malolactic fermentation occurred as well. After this, the still wine, together with the fine yeast (about 10% of the total yeast), was racked into used Austrian oak barrels (2 - 3 years old; 300 liters or 2.500 liters). The following year, the base wine was filled into bottles; in these, the second fermentation took place with the help of sugar and yeast. The young sparkling wine stayed in contact with the yeast for at least 36 months before undergoing remuage (riddling) and, finally, dégorgement (disgorging) in our cellars.
Food pairing recommendation
oysters, tapas, antipasti, prawns, salmon tartare, fish, poultry