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Gruet Brut

American Sparkling /12% ABV / New Mexico, United States

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American Sparkling

New Mexico, United States

Tasting Notes

Green Apple

Green Apple

Minerality

Minerality

Crisp

Crisp

Citrus

Citrus

ABV

12%

Food Pairing

Pork, Fish - Meaty & Oily


Product description

The Brut offers a crisp, and full-bodied sparkling wine, which has developed rich complexity and fine mousse. The allure of toasty finish from twenty-four months on tirage, is a complement to the sophisticated apple and citrus flavor.Winemaker's Note: Brilliant with ultra fine bubbles. A wonderful fine bouquet dominated by green apple and grapefruit flavors. A truly classic house style!

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Community reviews

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  • Jeanne Anderson.
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    Love this stuff.

  • Lauren B.
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    Did not receive

  • Mario
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    Delicious, crisp and refreshing. New Mexico makes the finish sparkling goodness with gruet.

  • James G.
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    Never got it

  • Segufta A.
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    Always so so good!

  • Claire
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    Perfect for a mimosa or on its own. You can't beat the price.

  • Eleanor
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    Great dry bubbly with a lot of flavor

  • Katie
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    Good price point for an office toast!

  • Brian
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    The only sparkling wine made in the US in the authentic Champenoise method; wherever you can find it, it's a bargain.

  • Amanda
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    Super yummy sparkling wine from New Mexico!

FAQs

This wine is the American version of Champagne and is made from a blend of three grapes - pinot noir, chardonnay, and pinot meunier. Most sparkling wine is non-vintage, which means the winemakers have used grapes from different years and blended them. American sparkling wine is similar to Champagne but because it was not produced in the Champagne region of France, it legally can’t use that name (although some producers in the US do anyway).    
Because only sparkling wine produced in the Champagne region of France can officially be called Champagne, other countries and regions are not allowed to use this designation. American producers, however, sometimes ignore this practice and label their products as American champagne or California champagne.
American sparkling wine varies in its ABV, but typically contains up to 12% alcohol content.
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