Sparkling wine Ackerman Laurence, "Marquis de la Cour" Brut
Reviews of purchase Ackerman Laurence, "Marquis de la Cour" Brut
The wine is light golden color with attractive energetic bubbles.
The wine has an intense, refreshing, light taste with hints of nuts and dry aftertaste.
The aroma of wine felt light notes of citrus, minerals, flowers and nuts.
Fine wine as an aperitif, goes well with salads, appetizers, fish dishes.
"Marquis de la Cour" Brut - a fresh blend of three classic grape varieties grown in the area of Saumur, which has an attractive light taste with lively golden bubbles, nutty nuances and dry finish.
Jean-Baptiste Ackerman - a great name in the production of sparkling wines in Saumur in the Loire Valley. Ackerman arrived in Saumur in 1811, there he fell in love with local wines and his future wife - Emily Lawrence. Ackerman bought old vineyards, thus laying the foundation for developing the wine company, which has become over time the oldest House in the Loire sparkling wines Ackerman Lawrence. Due to the growing demand for wines produced Ackerman was forced to also buy grapes under contract from small farmers of the district.
Today Ackerman Laurence House continues the tradition of previous generations and specializes in the production of sparkling wines produced in the first "original" method, the so-called traditional method of vinification of sparkling wines outside the Champagne region in which the secondary fermentation takes place in bottles, rather than in large tanks. In addition, the House also managed to gain an excellent reputation for its exciting range of "quiet" wines. Ackerman Lawrence House is committed to the protection of the terroir through sustainable viticulture. These farming methods used not only to the House, but also their partners, growers are guaranteed phytosanitary quality of the crop and the observance of the nature of each selected terroir. The main wine produced in the company's own winery, which allows you to control and each year only improving the quality of wines.