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De Bortoli Sacred Hill Cuvee Brut 750ml


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De Bortoli Sacred Hill Cuvee Brut 750ml

Wine description
Appearance Very pale straw.
Bouquet Clean citrus and floral notes are complexed with fresh cream and bread dough aromas.
Palate The fine bubbles provide a creamy texture, while the delicate acidity balances the fresh fruit.

Facts about the wine
Winery De Bortoli
Grapes Pinot Noir, Chardonnay
Region Australia / New South Wales / Big Rivers / Riverina
Wine style Australian Sparkling
Alcohol content 11%
Allergens Contains sulfites

About the Wine

Region : Riverina

Riverina is the largest of Australia’s four Big Rivers wine regions. Covering an area the size of Switzerland, this vast, almost perfectly square area of central-southern New South Wales centered around the city of Griffith produces correspondingly large quantities of wine. Riverina is a key workhorse of Australia’s bulk wine production. Along with Murray Darling to the west, it produces almost three-quarters of New South Wales’ entire annual wine output.

Sparkling – Fresh and Youthful
Characteristics Fresh, citrus, green apple, floral, fruity, fun, fizzy and slightly frothy.

Champagne Blend Wine

The term Champagne Blend refers to one of the world’s most distinctive wine styles – the sparkling wines made from Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier that are most famously associated with the Champagne region of northern France. The term, however, has come to evoke wines made in the methode traditionnelle around the world. This is particularly so in New World countries like the United States, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. Pinot Noir and Chardonnay are traditionally considered the stars of the blend, usually used in roughly equal quantities in New World examples. The less glamorous (Pinot) Meunier is rarely seen outside of the Champagne region itself. In fact, there are seven permitted grape varieties in the Champagne AOC, although the remaining four – Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc, Petit Meslier and Arbane – are so rarely used that they are typically forgotten. With one exception they are almost never used for sparkling wine production outside of Champagne; Pinot Blanc is used in Italy’s sparkling Franciacorta wines, and in Alsace.


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    Gedung Fairgrounds, Basement
    Jakarta Selatan
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