It was in 1531, one century before Dom Pérignon, that wines from Limoux stepped onto the world stage thanks to Benedictine nuns from the St Hilaire Abbey, a neighboring village, who created the first sparkling wine in the world: La Blanquette de Limoux.
Beautiful salmon pink color. The foam is delicate with a lingering sparkle. Vinous nose with a great aromatic richness and notes of red fruits (strawberry, raspberry). The palate is characterized by a delicate sparkling and a well-balanced acidity. Ends with a lingering and refreshing finish.
This cuvee is produced according to a rigorous terroir selection in the Limoux Appellation. Grapes are selected from very precise vineyard sites identified for the outstanding quality of their soil and sub-soil.