Lindauer Brut

Non-Vintage from New Zealand

$13.29
Item No. 83694
  • bubbly, sparkling & champagne

Winemaker's Notes

Light gold in color, this wine displays attractive fresh fruit flavors with yeast characters and aromas. A dry, versatile sparkling wine, Lindauer is produced in the traditional way, using predominantly Chardonnay and Pinot Noir wines which are assembled into a cuvée. This cuvee then spends 12 to 18 months undergoing secondary fermentation and maturation.

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(9/25/2010)
This has become the "House Champagne" for me. Nice balance of acidity, bubbles are long lasting and add to the experience. Very nice bouquet as well. This sparkling wine goes well with a variety of foods--omelets in the AM, Fish dishes for later in the day--supberb with lobster. Great value in wine--and, as a home beer maker, the labels come off easily so you can reuse the bottel!
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Learn About Lindauer

A bottle-fermented sparkling wine of consistent quality that is unparalleled in the New Zealand marketplace. Lindauer's success lies in the careful creation of the cuvée and the extended maturation process to achieve the classical style.

The distinctive taste and value for money of Lindauer has endeared it to the hearts of so many New Zealanders that it is unquestionably our most popular wine.

Lindauer has also won recognition internationally, from consumers and respected wine judges alike, making it New Zealand's most exported wine.

Learn About Other New Zealand

A few other New Zealand areas include the region of Auckland, high up on the North Island, Nelson, sitting to the west of Marlborough, and Canterbury, just under Waipara on the South Island. Most wines in New Zealand will come from a designated area and say so on the label. Notable Facts Auckland was one of the first wine growing regions of the country, but now produces...

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Learn About Non-Vintage

Non-Vintage Most Champagne you encounter will be NV, or non-vintage. This is because the base wine is a blend of wine from multiple vintages. In producing non-vintage wines, Champagne houses strive to keep the taste consistent year by year, and non-vintage wine provides the winemakers flexibility in blending, ensuring a constant style each year. Non-vintage Champagne...

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