Blanquette de Limoux, NV, Saint-Hilaire, Limoux, Southern France
Saint-Hilaire is a sparkling wine built on tradition, and is so full of character that its flavours dance on the tongue long after the bubbles burst.
About this wine
This is France's oldest sparkling wine, and is created using the Mauzac grape to wonderful effect.
The methods used to make this wine are brought to life to create a fizz that isn't from the famous Champagne region, but has everything that it is famous for, and is made in the same way. It just goes to show that the beauty of good Champagne is nothing to do with the name.
What Makes It So Grape?
Produced in Southern France
Sieur d'Arques combine the latest wine making techniques with a deep respect for tradition that comes with being France's oldest sparkling wine producer.
The grapes produced here are ripened in the Mediterranean sun, cooled by the freshness of the Pyrenees, and washed in the air of the Atlantic Ocean.