These two are holdovers from previous Mystery Cases. Saving them for a visit from special friends .. and that was Sunday.’s lunch. And the wait was worth it.
Hand Harvested combo of 50% Pinot Blanc and 50% Auxerrois from the largest family-owned and family-operated winery in Alsace
This Cattin is bright pale gold, with a hint of slightly lemony green apples. A fresh palette which comes with more rounded flavours of fresh red apple with that lovely, yeasty backdrop.
BRUT CATTIN AOC Crémant d’Alsace
Graham Beck Brut Rose from the Western Cape is made from the traditional Méthode Cap Classique base wines of Pinot Noir (66%) and Chardonnay (34%).
Its unique silver-pink hue is obtained by an enzymatic reaction during the transport of the Pinot Noir fruit to the cellar. The fine, lively mousse is brisk on the palate, showing hints of oyster shell, fresh lavender and subtle hints of berry and cherry.
Graham Beck Brut Rose