Domaine du Moulin’s sparkling Mauzac is the kind of wine that drives wine geeks wild! This pretty sip from the Gaillac region in Southwest France is produced from the indigenous Mauzac grape and its fizzy bubbles are created using the Méthode Ancestrale – an ancient technique for producing sparkling wine that uses cold temperatures to halt the first fermentation. The wine is then bottled, fermentation resumes, and voilà – bubbles are created. Fizzy, fruity, and refreshing; Domaine de Moulin sparkling Mauzac has lively flavors of fresh peaches, green apples, and a touch of honey. Elegant yet playful, it is a great apéritif and Sunday brunch sip. Around $18.
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