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"Smooth, rounded, & ever so drinkable" Wine Orbit

"The elegantly fragrant bouquet shows white peach, citrus, floral & subtle yeasty complexity" Wine Orbit

To be enjoyed on its own, alternatively pair with delicious chicken or Turkey dishes

Madame Coco Blanc de Blanc Brut NV (France)

Elsewhere $24.99 $21.73
Awarded 90/100 Points Awarded 4.5 Stars
Madame Coco Blanc de Blanc Brut NV (France)

Madame Coco Blanc de Blanc Brut NV (France)

Madame Coco is sourced from the cool-climate Aude Valley, in the foothills of the Pyrenees...
Elsewhere $24.99 $21.73


Awarded 90/100 Points & 4.5 Stars

Sam Kim, Wine Orbit


  • White peach
  • Citrus 
  • Floral 
  • Delicate & silky

"A beautifully expressed sparkling wine from southern France, the elegantly fragrant bouquet shows white peach, citrus, floral and subtle yeasty complexity. The palate is equally charming with delicate fruit intensity and silky texture, perfectly framed by refreshing acidity. It's smooth and rounded, and ever so drinkable" Sam Kim, Wine Orbit

"Madame Coco is a very spiffy little number from Fourth Wave Wine. It’s well packaged, well priced, well made and well easy to quaff. It’s a blanc de blancs sparkling white wine grown in France’s Aude Valley. It’s made with chardonnay (50%) and chenin blanc mostly, though there are some small inputs from other high acid white varieties. It spends 12 months on lees. It’s made properly – methode traditionelle – none of this tank-gassed-fermented business. If you go through a bit of sparkling wine, you’re pretty much mad not to jump onto this. It’s French, it’s bubbly and it’s a whole lot of fun. In many ways, there’s no need to say anything more. It’s musky and lemony, alive with fluffy bubbles and flavoursome enough. I know it’s a blanc de blancs but I saw some Turkish delight characters in it; though that said, I drank a bit too much of this a bit too quickly, so maybe my judgement was impaired. It’s that kind of wine" Campbell Mattinson

"This mysterious wine is a generic French sparkler with little information given regarding regions or grape varieties, although it would be fair to assume chardonnay plays a role. Light to medium yellow in hue, it has a pleasantly bready bouquet with some cracked yeast aromas. The palate is intense, fine and pleasingly dry with flavours and a balanced, lingering finish. The dosage seems quite low which equates to a clean, refreshing aftertaste" Huon Hooke

Pale in colour with a fine and persistent bead before a lifted and vibrant nose with classical lemon citrus and floral notes. The palate is very fresh and lively with crisp tropical and citrus flavours. The pure fruit flavours and delicate acidity contribute to a soft mouth-feel which makes the wine so approachable. A excellent aperitif style that is rewarding from the first glass.

Madame Coco is sourced from the cool-climate Aude Valley, in the foothills of the Pyrenees. The region has been making sparkling wines since the sixteenth century, a heritage that pre-dates Champagne by over a century. Mme Coco is an expressive and approachable wine blended by hilde Chevillot with Florence Schurr as the idea aperitif. 

Sourced from primarily from Chardonnay, which provides unparalleled depth and length in sparkling wines. The indigenous Mauzac and Chenin Blanc provide elegance and a fine mineral acid backbone to the wine.

Grapes are hand harvested in the early morning before whole bunch pressing and a cool fermentation in stainless steel. The secondary fermentation takes place using the Charmat method over a longer than average five months to ensure maximum freshness and fruit expression.









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