Vibrant! Frivolous! And Oo-Lah-Lah......this "vin vivant” (lively wine) is a crisp and fruity sparkling wine
with low alcohol and the taste of fresh green apples and pears.
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Wine maker notes
Methode Ancestrale results in a lightly sparkling, medium-sweet wine. It involves bottling young wines
before all residual sugar has been fermented into alcohol. Fermentation continues in the bottle and gives
off carbon dioxide. The wine is designed to be sweeter and less fizzy than a champagne method sparkling
and no dosage is allowed.
When Can-Can was introduced in Paris in the 1830’s, it was quickly dubbed, "Le Ballet Risque” for its
rousing energy marked by high kicks and daring naughtiness. Soon it became a symbol for the Parisians’
famous devil-may-care attitude. "Risque” recaptures that spirit.
Softly effervescent with just enough sweetness to seduce your palate as an aperitif or tempt you when you
want something perfectly naughty to finish.