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NV Folktale Sparkling Brut

NV Folktale Sparkling Brut
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Wine Specs
Non Vintage
Monterey County
6.1 g/L
Stainless Steel
Residual Sugar
2.3 g/L
Alcohol %
Wine Profile
Tasting Notes
Light and refreshing, we made our Brut to enjoy on its own or paired with, well, just about anything. This sparkling wine opens with notes of green apple, banana, and tropical kiwi, developing into flavors of peach and tart strawberry on the palate. Enjoy chilled and often.
Production Notes
Folktale sparkling wine begins in the vineyard, early. Grapes for sparkling wine have to be picked at a lower sugar level than for our still wines, so we tend to harvest 3 weeks before we begin picking fruit for our still wines. For our first bottling of sparkling wine, we envisioned a wine that was bright, fun to drink, and food friendly. We put the blend together in a stainless steel tank and add bubbles through a forced carbonation method. This allows us to control the level of effervescence and achieve the desired texture of the wine. We targeted a softer, less aggressive style that was more like the texture of a prosseco or frizzante wine – perfect for a sunny day in Carmel Valley.
Winemaker Notes
Best to Drink: Now through 2024
500 cases produced