Crémant De Limoux is the lesser-known predecessor to Champagne; hailing from Limoux in the southwest of France’s Languedoc region. The monks of Saint Hilaire Abbey perfected the sparkling winemaking method around 1531. It was here that the great Dom Perignon learned the method and experimented with it on wines from Champagne when he returned home! This crémant is a blend of Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc, Pinot Noir, and Mauzac; an excellent aperitif that pairs with all styles of cuisine!
ABV % = 12.5