NV Veuve Elise Blanc de Blancs

NV Veuve Elise Blanc de Blancs

Antoine Huray

"Fresh and crisp, with lovely stone fruits. A great aperitif."

Antoine Huray

Sarah Linhart

"A lighter sparkling that showcases lovely citrus freshness, with white stone fruits."

Sarah Linhart

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Antoine Huray

"Fresh and crisp, with lovely stone fruits. A great aperitif."

Antoine Huray

Sarah Linhart

"A lighter sparkling that showcases lovely citrus freshness, with white stone fruits."

Sarah Linhart

RRP: $19.99 per bottle45% OFF

$10.99

(buy 12 or more)

$11.99 per single bottle
Bottles
4 payments of $3.00 with More info
Taste Guarantee
Love it or your money back*
Free Delivery
On orders Over $300*

Veuve Elise is not related to Veuve Clicquot Champagne, but it's still French and it's a very decent fizz. This is a very tasty French fizz that is oh so more-ish. Made in a Blanc de Blancs style (so all white grapes), this crisp and citrussy bubbly comes from the warm southern end of France and packs in a sunny, fruity personality with enough crisp acidity to keep it all tight.

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How's it taste?

With its nice tight bead, this is a fabulous French bubbly. Citrus and white peach aromas follow onto the palate, which combines with delicate acidity to create a crisp, dry finish to this very refreshing wine.

How was it made?

Made in a Blanc de Blancs style (white grapes only), this energetic bubbly comes from the south of France. Nice tight bubble on this blanc de blanc. Citrus notes and white stone fruits permeate this wine, concluding in a nice crisp dry finish. Fresh and light, it works wonderfully well as an aperitif.

Who made it?

Les Grands Chais de France was founded by Joseph Helfrich in 1979. Known as the GCF Group, this is the number 1 privately owned winemaker in France with growers and vineyards in the great wine-producing regions of France covering over 3,000 ha of vineyards. Some of the focus regions include Alsace, Jura, Diois, Languedoc, Bordeaux, Loire, Burgundy and now in Provence. With such a huge network, it is little wonder that they can deliver well made, authentic regional styles.