A blend 50% Chardonnay, 40% Chenin Blanc, 10% Pinot Noir.
Philippe Collin moved to Limoux in 1980 from Champagne to establish his own domaine. Though his family has made Champagne for generations, the opportunities in this sought after (and extremely expensive) area were very limited. With a deep understanding of terroir and considerable technical expertise, he decided to try his luck in the South of France. The area of Limoux offered Philippe a unique opportunity to make exicitng fresh wines at a fraction of the cost from his home region. The microclimate in Limoux is especially well suited to white wine and sparkling wine production. Located a couple of hours inland from the Mediterranean, it is the coolest area in the Languedoc.
This Cremant is tart and creamy with a featherlight bubble.