This is a truly fun sparkling wine with a squeaky clean nose of fall apples backed up by mandarin flavors in the mouth. There’s a barely perceptible sweetness here but the (short) finish is clean and crisp. A great value, the perfect recession substitute for Champagne. Best drunk before the fruit loses its youthful charm.
A full, somewhat sweet wine, fresh with foamy strawberries in the mouth. The acidity is missing somewhere, but this does make for a pleasing wine, certainly a fine partner to fresh fruits.
The nose is simple but has its own charm, with juicy lemon-lime fruit underscored by florest floor aromas. Light-bodied and quite crisp, this is a good choice for clams at the raw bar.