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Ultramarine Blanc de Blanc 2013

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Winemaker Notes

Notes of lemon curd, brioche and oyster shell introduce a bright, texturally expansive wine with a creamy mousse, built around a core of crisp acidity. The Charles Heintz Vineyard’s distinctive singature – also found in still Chardonnays from this site – shines forth loud and clear. It’s California origins are reflected by volume but not by sucrosity: the finish is crisp and dry.

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Pure, brisk and wonderfully nuanced. In this vintage..quite open and sensual, with slight, tropically-leaning inflections. Above all else, the Blanc de Blancs stands out for the remarkable finesse of its mousse.
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Ultramarine produces single vineyard, single vintage, California sparkling wine. All wines are bottled, riddled, and disgorged by hand.


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