Domaine Bousquet Sparkling White Brut Wine

Vendor Domaine Bousquet
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Introducing Domaine Bousquet Sparkling White Brut Wine – a sparkling masterpiece that embodies the essence of celebration and elegance from the renowned vineyards of Domaine Bousquet. Crafted with meticulous care and precision, this Sparkling White Brut is a testament to the winery's commitment to excellence and organic viticulture.

Organic Commitment: Rooted in sustainable practices, Domaine Bousquet's Sparkling White Brut reflects a commitment to organic viticulture. The vineyards are tended with utmost care, free from synthetic pesticides or herbicides, allowing the natural expression of the grapes to shine through in every effervescent sip.

Perfect Pairings: Domaine Bousquet Sparkling White Brut is a versatile companion to a variety of occasions. Whether it's an intimate celebration or a casual toast, this sparkling wine pairs effortlessly with seafood, light appetizers, or complements the joy of festive moments as a standalone aperitif.

Eco-Friendly Packaging: In alignment with Domaine Bousquet's dedication to sustainability, the Sparkling White Brut comes in eco-friendly packaging, reflecting a holistic approach to winemaking that respects both the Earth and the connoisseur.

Immerse yourself in the effervescent sophistication of Domaine Bousquet Sparkling White Brut – a sparkling wine that not only dazzles the palate but also embodies the essence of organic excellence. Toast to the allure of celebration and the purity of taste in every sparkling bubble. Cheers to the extraordinary effervescence of Domaine Bousque.



Tasting Notes

In the glass, Domaine Bousquet Sparkling White Brut Wine presents a radiant pale straw color, offering a visual prelude to the effervescent experience that awaits.

Elevate your senses with a captivating bouquet of green apple, a symphony of citrus blossoms, and delicate floral nuances. The aroma is a harmonious blend of freshness and sophistication, enticing you to explore further.

As the first bubbles grace your palate, a lively dance of crisp acidity unfolds. Ripe pear takes center stage, complemented by vibrant notes of lemon zest that add a zesty and invigorating dimension. The palate is further enriched by a subtle hint of brioche, contributing to the wine's overall complexity and charm.

The finish is a clean and refreshing conclusion, marked by the persistent effervescence that lingers on the palate. It leaves behind a trail of sophistication and a subtle reminder of the sparkling brilliance that defines Domaine Bousquet Sparkling White Brut.

Distillery Information

In 1990, third-generation winemaker Jean Bousquet, took a trip to Argentina and fell in love with the Gualtallary Valley; a scenic, remote, arid terrain high in the Tupungato district of the Uco Valley in Argentina's Mendoza region, close to the border with Chile. The location is ideal for organic viticulture.Named after Domaine Bousquet co-owner Labid al Ameri, Domaine Bousquet's flagship wine is a Malbec-dominant blend. Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Merlot add the complex dimensions that elevate this wine from “expected” to “exciting.”
But typically, Chardonnay is a dry, medium- to full-bodied wine with moderate acidity and alcohol. Its flavors range from apple and lemon to papaya and pineapple, and it also shows notes of vanilla when it's aged with oak.May In 2005, Al Ameri joined his father-in-law full time, helping with the construction of the winery. Anne continued her work as an economist, before joining the company in 2008. In 2009, the couple moved to Tupungato full-time, assuming full ownership of Domaine Bousquet in 2011.
With complete respect for Mother Nature, the Bousquet Family cultivates 240 hectares of land with an extensive range of organic grapes. Their wines are cultivated from top-quality Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Torrontés, and Pinot Gris, combined with fruity Pinot Noir, Merlot, Syrah, and Malbec.
Malolactic fermentation isn't an alcohol fermentation but an acid conversion carried out by a little bacteria. The bacteria eats malic acid found in the wine and poops out lactic acid. The result is a really creamy, smooth, and buttery tasting wine. If this makes you think of Chardonnay, you're exactly right.