The Gruet family, looking to expand operations beyond their holdings in Champagne, discovered that New Mexico was a remarkably good substitute. Domaine Saint-Vincent Methode Champenoise is their entry-level sparkling wine that's surprisingly close to the real deal. Displaying a fine mousse--a mark of well-made wine--and bright fruit notes, Domaine Saint-Vincent is balanced by a subtle nutty, yeasty note.
Product of New Mexico
Alcohol by Volume: 12%