APPEARANCE: Deep gold-green colour
AROMAS: Tropical fruits blended with yeasty, brioche notes
TASTE: Medium to full bodied but refreshing and dry (3.8gm/ltr. res. sugar), with ripe tropical fruits overlaying more restrained, savoury, almost mineral, notes. Persistent fine mousse, fine bubbles and very long, lingering finish. A Chardonnay/Pinot Noir blend. No oak used.
FOOD PAIRING: Pair with oysters, grilled fish and seafood in general
OVERALL: As Brut above, only slightly drier: a very high quality Trad Method fizz, showing great complexity and finesse
A personal favourite of ours here at Go Brazil -along with the slightly less dry Campos de Cima Brut- and we still have some cases available of this 2011 vintage