Roblar extra dry sparkling wine is crafted from grapes grown at the Michel-Schlumberger Benchland Estate Vineyard in Sonoma County. This sparkling wine was produced by inducing in-bottle secondary fermentation and a minimum of 12 months of aging using the traditional methode champenoise to create the tiny bubbles and complex flavors. It will continue to develop as it ages.
100% Pinot Blanc
Average brix: 19.0
Aged for 12 months “on the yeast” in the bottle, the wine develops the classic rich texture and refined “sparkle” that comes from this “Methode Champenoise” technique.
Fermented in stainless steel tanks at cool temperatures to retain the fruit flavors. No malo-lactic fermentation.
The grapes used to make this Blanc de Blancs sparkling wine are all from the estate vineyard at Michel-Schlumberger located in the Dry Creek Valley of Sonoma County.
The color is a pale straw with aromas of delicate floral and white peach aromas. The palate is round and creamy, with elegant flavors and well-balanced crispness.
Food Pairing Notes
A perfect and luxurious pairing with freshly shucked oysters, caviar, and other elegant seafood. Also delicious with little madeleines or financiers (little almond cakes) at a garden party.