Duc de Breux Blanc de Blancs, France


Duc de Breux is made by the company founded by Jean-Eugène Charmat, who in 1907 invented the sparkling wine production method that bears his name. Breux is a village in northeast France, and its medieval duke was one of Charmat’s favourite historical characters.

Duc de Breux Blanc de Blancs, France

  • Sparkling Wines
  • France
  • Duc de Breux
  • NV
  • 11%
  • Ugni Blanc, Airen
  • Cork

Tasting Notes

Light and delicate, with floral and fruity notes to the fore; fine bubbles and a rounded mouthfeel are complemented by a crisp, dry finish.

The grapes are sourced predominantly from the Charentes area to the north of Bordeaux

French Sparkling Wine, Sparkling Wines

Comments are closed.

Related Products