Blanc de Bleu Cuvee Mousseux
"We start with the base wine, which is the same fruit used in their our high-end, methode champenoise programs. A natural yeast fermentation then adds bubbles and imparts a pleasant pastry-like character. Next they we introduce a small amount of blueberry flavor that leaves a lovely element of surprise and refreshment. The processing of these elements at their peak help craft Blanc de Bleu’s unique flavor and palate-pleasing complexity. This method is why people are pleasantly surprised to find the wine dry and crisp, instead of another overly sweet, flavored wine.” - Bronco Wine’s Champagne Master
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Bronco Wine Company is proud to present Blanc de Bleu Cuvee Mousseux, the World's First Blue sparkling wine. They've challenged themselves to create a sparkling wine that could combine love of effervescent bubbles with a dry, crisp finish and a hint of blueberry. They wanted to dazzle the imagination with Blanc de Bleu’s seductive flavors and beautiful shade of blue, encased inside a stunning bottle. What started out as a challenge to create the world’s first blue sparkling wine made with blueberry flavor has become a reality. They are proud to serve this high-quality, premium sparkling wine from the quiet vineyards of Northern California. They not only present the regions finest flavors in this bottle but also wrap it in a veil of charm.
California enjoys a long history and proven reputation as an admirable source of sparkling wines. Agoston Haraszthy, who established Buena Vista Winery in the mid 1850s, first attempted to make traditional method sparkling wine in California in the 1870s. Shortly thereafter Korbel followed, and with great success. Today domestic producers such as Schramsberg, Iron Horse and J. Wine Co remain at the forefront of the market.
Since the 1970s the state has consistently attracted the attention and investment of large and respected European and French-based firms who are responsible for Domaine Chandon, Mumm-Napa Valley, Roederer Estate and Domaine Carneros (Taittinger), to name a few. Anderson Valley and Carneros remain standout regions for top quality Pinot noir and Chardonnay for these.