Sparkling wine

The "méthode gaillacoise" is made of Mauzac, a local cultivar from South West of France. Available in brut, semi-sweet and brut without added sulphites.

This wine results of a specific process, the méthode ancestrale also called gaillacoise: the fermentation in bottle uses the natural sugar of the grapes - no added liqueur - .

Handpicked grapes come from 30 year’s old vines. Typical features of this fruity wine are green apple aromas specific to Mauzac and a low alcoholic level (9°).

Drink cold in aperitif or with a sweet dessert.

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Recette soupe gaillacoise

€9 TTC per bottle of 75 cl - Brut and Semi-sweet-, €12 TTC for the cuvée "without added sulphites"

2016 Semi-sweet: one star in Guide Hachette

2014 Brut: rated 88/100 in the 2015 Gilbert and Gaillard Guide - Gold medal. Silver medal at Macon for semi-sweet.

2013 Brut and without added sulphites: favorite wine of Revue des Vins de France

2012 Brut : gold medal in Gaillac and at Premium Select Wine Challenge (Germany), silver in Macon. Bronze medal in Macon for semi-sweet.

2011 Brut : Silver medal Gaillac wine contest / one star Guide Hachette

Brut and Semi-sweet fact sheet / Brut without sulfites fact sheet