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A voluptuously long lasting and creamy finish.

Wild strawberries and stonefruit flavours abound with a hint of yeasty autolysis.

Try matching with a creamy chowder or a beautiful brie. This is one bubbles you can drink all night.

Allan Scott Cecilia Marlborough Sparkling Methode Rose NV

Member rating / 2
$19.99p/Btl
Elsewhere $26.00 $22.61
6 Btls, $119.94 6 Btls, $104.30
Awarded 93/100 Points Awarded Silver Medal Awarded Silver Medal Awarded Silver Medal
Allan Scott Cecilia Marlborough Sparkling Methode Rose NV

Allan Scott Cecilia Marlborough Sparkling Methode Rose NV

Member rating / 2
The Scott name is on the bottle, so this family stands behind everything they make: made by them on our premises, so they can be sure that what ends up on your table is always top notch. Ensuring you have a memorable experience with each wine, whatever your taste!
$19.99p/Btl
Elsewhere $26.00 $22.61
6 Btls, $119.94 6 Btls, $104.30

Accolades

Awarded 93/100 Points

Bob Campbell, Master of Wine, Nov 2013

Awarded Silver Medal

New Zealand International Wine Show, 2015

Awarded Silver Medal

Royal Easter Show Wine Awards, 2018

Awarded Silver Medal

Bragato Wine Awards 2013

Description

"Pinot Noir and Chardonnay aged on the lees for 18 months. Citrus and stone fruit characters seasoned with a suggestion of nutty yeast influence. Silken textured wine with a perfect balance of sweetness and acidity promoting a pleasantly dry finish. Very attractive" Bob Campbell, Master of Wine, Nov 2013

Silkily sparkling, it is pale straw in colour, with a fine and persistent mousse in the glass. The aromas showcase lemons and yeast, but slightly restrained, not giving anything away! Its huge acid backbone is hidden by the fruit concentration. The palate builds from the lemon citrus entry through a biscuit dough mid palate to a full, rich but crisp and clean finish, which is voluptuously long lasting. (Residual Sugar: 8.5)

A sophisticated Methode Traditionnelle style wine made from predominantly Chardonnay blended with Pinot Noir. The chardonnay grapes are picked, lightly pressed and fermented to absolute dryness. Following primary fermentation, wild malolactic fermentation is encouraged. The pinot noir grapes are very lightly pressed, following the same process as the chardonnay grapes. After 10 months the wines are carefully blended and bottled. After 18 months of aging the wine is disgorged removing the yeast and dressed for sale.

Food Pairing: Cecilia Brut can be enjoyed anytime, whether for a celebration or to share with friends as an aperitif before a meal. Try matching with a creamy chowder or a beautiful brie.

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Alcohol

12.5%

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NZ (from $5.70)

Member Rating

4 Stars

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Great drinking

David - 31/01/2019


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