We’re sharing the love at our last official Wellington Wine Wednesday of the year at Regional Wines & Spirits in Wellington tonight from 5.30pm to 7pm…
We are cracking open this outstanding champagne, which ticks all the taste boxes and then some, thanks to winemaker Pierre Larmandier…
Champagne Larmandier Bernier Latitude is…
Made from biodynamically grown grapes (think: organic but on a whole new level)
Hand harvested and fermented with wild yeasts (no commercial yeasts added)
Fermented in a combo of wood and stainless steel
Aged on lees in the bottle for 2 years, which is 6 months longer than the legal minimum aging time
Given a super low 4 grams per litre of dosage – it’s extra dry, in other words
Bottled aged for 6 months prior to release
Come and join us for a free taste of one of a 100% Chardonnay (blancs de blanc) champagne, which we usually sell for $95.99 and today it is on special for $89.99… it’s not an every day price but then this is not an everyday wine – it’s something super special.
We will also be selling Robert Walters’ new book Champagne – A Secret History for $36.99 – a book that shakes up all your thinking about what champagne is, should be and could be.
Wine Wednesdays 2018… kick off again on 10 January
PS: Our next Wine Wednesday will be on Wednesday 10 January and we’ll have 2016 Fromm Riesling Spatlese open for free tasting, with a discount on the bottle that night.