Producer notes: "80% Trousseau, 20% Mondeuse. When Rajat Parr began making Sandhi Chardonnay alongside Stolpman in the Lompoc Wine Ghetto back in 2010, he immediately started a campaign to plant Trousseau on Stolpman’s Ballard Canyon Limestone soils. Vignerons in Jura seek out Limestone for their Trousseau plantings, and Rajat theorized that Trousseau, a varietal that often has difficulty achieving ripeness, would flourish in the sunny, arid Ballard Canyon wind tunnel. Tasting Notes: Vibrant, glowing pink and peach hue. Fine but robust bubble. Fresh tropical fruits and high-toned, energetic red fruit. Steely and lean, yet chalky with a subtle, lingering richness. Buzzy, fizzy splendor from the mid-palate through to long after swallowing. More coating with bigger fruit than ever before. A full, fleshy sparkling wine, the best Combe Pet’nat to date. Berry parfait in a glass! 460 cases produced. Alcohol 11.5%."
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||80% Trousseau, 20% Mondeuse