Sourced from high-quality, cool climate
Northern California appellations, with
harvest taking place at night to capture
Chandon’s signature freshness and
After gentle pressing, primary fermentation
takes place in stainless steel, followed by
60% malolactic fermentation. Secondary
fermentation takes place in the bottle via
the Methode Traditionelle.
Intense and fresh nose of apple, pear,
citrus, almond, and white flowers.
Balanced and vibrant palate with lively
acidity and biscuity creaminess to
complement a long, smooth finish.
Salty, nutty, or creamy dishes – Caesar
salad, fried chicken, calamari, or popcorn
with white truffle oil.
DID YOU KNOW?
Chandon Brut was the first sparkling wine
Domaine Chandon released – in December 1976
28% Pinot Noir
SUR LATTE AGING