This sparkling wine from I the Lake Michigan Shore AVA is a blend of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. In the glass it is what many might describe as a traditional champagne color and quite clear. We were impressed with the tiny bubbles and the fruity but restrained aroma. It is crisp and clean on the palate; like a fresh ocean breeze. This smells and tastes like French Champagne!
Made from Chardonnay and coming from the Old Mission Peninsula, this Blanc de Blancs is the color of light straw and pear juice. Impressive tiny bubbles. A big burst of fruit on the nose, featuring green apples and white grapes. A nice blend of citrus and pepper on the palate. Dry, balanced acidity. Another champagne lover’s sparkling. One taster said they cannot wait to pop this at their next dinner party.
A blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir from the Leelanau Peninsula AVA. In the glass it shows a light “Susan G. Komen” pink. A floral aroma with underlying apple. Love the tart balance taste of sweet and sour green apple. An easy drinking sparkling that would be a wonderful bubbly for a baby shower.