Café de Paris is a refreshing wine with a strong personality. A delicious thirst-quenching wine made of natural delicate bubbles, and elegant colors. Crystal clear light yellow with a wide bubble stream. The nose is expressive with citrus and floral notes. Well-balanced aromatic freshness with citrus notes and fine bubbles.
Serve chilled with pasta or risotto, especially with mushroom sauce. Pairs also well with a spicy dessert such as Apple & Cinnamon pie.
Situated 14 miles from Bordeaux on the backs of the Dordogne, Cafe de Paris factory is built on 6 hectares of land. A 3-hecatre plateau overlooks the site, commanding a magnificent view of the region and the famous Eiffel bridge. Underneath this plateau, 2 miles of cellar run through the historic stone quarry.
Open a bottle of Café de Paris and plunge into the friendly atmosphere of a Parisian Café! Capture those chance encounters at the counter, say “cheers” for any reason, set the world right from a booth down the back, or chat with new friends on the sunny terrace. No matter the time, no matter the place; there is never a need to make an excuse to enjoy a glass of bubbly.
Café de Paris is a range of wines with crisp and refreshing taste. Delicious and thirst-quenching, the drinks are a joy to share on any occasion. As aperitif, with dinner, or enjoyed outdoor, Café de Paris has something for every shared moment.
With Café de Paris, pop the cork and let the joy of Parisian cafes sparkle around you!
Appreciated worldwide as an iconic token of celebration and luxury, sparkling wines from France come in more forms than just Champagne. In order to bear the label, ‘Champagne’, a sparkling wine must originate from the northeastern region of France—called Champagne—and adhere to strict quality standards. Champagne’s chalky, limestone and soils and cold, continental climate create grapes with ample acidity and concentration. Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier are permitted for use in Champagne.
French sparkling wines made outside of Champagne take the name Crémant. Crémant de Bourgogne, Alsace, Loire and Limoux are the best known. These are made using the same technique as that of Champagne, called méthode traditionelle, but typically are composed of the regional grape variety. Usually dry to off-dry with bright acidity, these are often characterized by qualities of lemon, peach, marzipan and white flowers.