The only Sparkling Malbec made in California using the méthode champenoise process with fruit from our Iconic Malbec vineyard.
One California producer was inspired by Australia's most serious sparkling shiraz, but via a different grape.
Turning to another French variety that has found a new identity in the New World, Sonoma’s Williamson Wines produced one vintage of sparkling malbec — France’s côt grape, which shows up in places like Bordeaux for blends and the Loire Valley for both varietal and blended wines — in an ode to Australian sparkling.
Made the Champagne way, too, and kept completely dry, for a mix of still Malbec taste invigorated by a sparkling texture.
A five-year-long production process, and the unlikelihood of being made again, this is a celebration sparkling red, a suitable replacement for that champagne.
Concentrated plum and blackberry flavors, with toffee and leather notes: this aged, sparkling Malbec is a dry, bubbly deep red wine.
|Harvest Date||13th Oct 2008|
|Date Bottled||3rd Nov 2014|
|Drinkable||2014 - 2023|