Vin de France Spontané Blanc

Philippe & Nicolas

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Sparkling Wine


Vin de France


Equal parts Sémillon, Loin de l’oeil, Mauzac, and a bit of Grenache blanc

The Spontané wines are made using the méthode ancestral (aka pét-nat) method, which is the oldest way of making sparkling wines. The juice is bottled under crown cap while still fermenting, which captures the natural CO2 and freshness of the wine. Philippe and Nicolas travel the regions of the France to discover beautiful parcels of organic grapes which they use for their unique blends of fine pét-nat.

Vineyard name

Organic vineyards near Gaillac and Southern Rhone


Méthode ancestrale (pét-nat) - still fermenting must is placed in bottles under crown caps to capture CO2 and create a naturally sparkling wine

Elevage6 months in bottle
Fining/FilteringUnfined / Unfiltered (disgorged to remove any sediment)
Additional info
Total production average60,000 bottles
UPC Code Bottle652012287971