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House of Arras Blanc de Blancs NV

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Light-Medium Bodied
range House of Arras
region Tasmania
varietal Chardonnay
vintage Non Vintage

A sparkling wine that fully expresses the character of Tasmanian Chardonnay, this bottle fermented wine has extensive tirage maturation giving a beautiful balance of vibrant fruit and secondary complexity. A sophisticated style with fantastic poise and energy.

Tasting Notes

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Crafted from premium Chardonnay fruit grown throughout the cold climate regions of Tasmania using the House of Arras winemaking techniques built around 100% malolactic fermentation, the inclusion of a significant proportion of barrel fermented components and extensive tirage maturation. An elegant yet powerful wine expressing flavours of grapefruit pith, lemon curd, natural yogurt and fresh sourdough. The silky palate is fully integrated around a precise core giving beautiful poise and persistence. Balance is achieved at a low dosage allowing full expression of the purity of Chardonnay with it's classic citrus and saline characters.
FULL TASTING NOTES

Tasted and Trusted

The Queensland Royal Wine Show 2022
The Queensland Royal Wine Show 2022
Best Sparkling of Show
The Royal Adelaide Wine Show 2022
The Royal Adelaide Wine Show 2022
Score of 95
The Tasmanian Wine Show 2023
The Tasmanian Wine Show 2023
Score of 95
The Sydney Royal Wine Awards 2023
The Sydney Royal Wine Awards 2023
Score of 95

Serving Suggestions

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How to Serve
How to Serve
Best served between 12-18°C
Which Glass
Which Glass
Sparkling
Food Pairing
Food Pairing
Fresh seafood and light canapes
How to Cellar
How to Cellar
Extensively matured for immediate enjoyment but will continue to evolve for at least the next 2 years