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Navarro Correas, Espumante Extra Brut
Espumante Extra Brut


Tasting Notes: For three centuries, the famed Navarro Correas winery has innovated and set the standards of excellence in Mendoza, Argentina. First, it was with Malbec, planted by Juan de Dios Correas in 1798, and re-defining the possibilities of the terrific, yet obscure French-origin varietal. Now, it is with their remarkably expressive sparkling wines – grown at altitude, and made in a crystalline, vivacious style that offers the rare opportunity to taste an “Alpine Sparkler”. With over three months on lees, this blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Chenin Blanc delivers the great structure and delicacy only possible at high-altitude.

Location Mendoza, Argentina Soil Rocky, sandy, and well-draining.
Estate Navarro Correas Vine Training: Spurred cordon, vertical. Age: 7-10 years old. Density: 5,800 vines per hectare.
Winemaker Fernando Ravera,
Celia Lopez,
Fabian Gardino.
Vinification Temperature controlled, stainless steel fermentation, Charmat method.
Varietals 60% Chardonnay,
30% Chenin Blanc,
10% Pinot Noir.
Barrel None.
Residual Sugar 6.1 grams per liter Maturation 1 month in the bottle.
Acidity 7.5 grams per liter Vintage Production 40,000 cases.
Alcohol 12% by volume Foot Fairing Shrimp cocktail, grilled halibut, and Phad Thai.
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