Bugey-Cerdon is a sparkling red wine that's likely to satisfy a wide range of tastes. If you’re planning on hosting or attending a Thanksgiving dinner, this sparkler (despite its name) is not intimidating at all. It’s made in what’s called the Methode Ancestrale– a method rarely used today, but one that’s very similar to how wines were originally given their sparkling quality.
Bugey-Cerdon is lightly sweet– perhaps a dessert wine for a dry-wine lover, or a perfect way to say hello when guests walk through the door. It’s strawberry pink right down to the magnificent froth and registers only 8% alcohol.
So, whether you love or dread this month’s changing weather, we’re confident Bugey-Cerdon will make the 1st memorable.
I’m feeling better about November already.
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