It was in 1531, one century before Dom Pérignon, that sparkling wines from Limoux stepped onto the world stage thanks to Benedictine nuns from the St Hilaire Abbey, 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. Inviting aromas of fresh strawberry, raspberry and citurs. The palate is characterized by lively red berries, citrus and brioche flavors and a well-balanced acidity throughout and a lingering, refreshing finish. Great for any celebration!