For the person who's always on trend & loves a little bubble.
From: Bugey, France
Taste: An all too easy to love Pet-Nat from Bugey-Cerdon (although it's too dry to officially qualify for Bugey Cerdon status). It's a naturally lightly sparkler with hints of raspberry and alpine fruits with just a hint of spice on the dry finish. Fresh and fun, it goes down too easily (but we’re ok with that).
Pairing: We love this sparkler with ripe, soft cheeses, but you can play around with pairings because it works with so many foods. It’ll go well with everything from fried rice and sweet and sour chicken to fresh salads with spinach, strawberry, and walnuts, to hotcakes or waffles topped with strawberries and whipped cream.
About. Bugey lies on the line between Lyon and Geneva in the foothills of the alps. It has Savoie to the east, the Jura to the north, Burgundy to the west, and the Rhone to the south. While grapes have been grown here since Roman times Bugey and Cerdon were only granted AOC status in 2009. Lately the wines have been getting more attention but the economic climate was not always so favorable. So it was that in 1970 the Lingot, Martin and Bolliet families joined forces to ensure their continued production of Cerdon. They were joined in 2006 by the Guillon family, all under the name Lingot Martin.lingot-martin-cerdon-bugey Cerdon is a cru. of the Bugey wine region, covering a mere 137 hectares. Of these Lingot Martin cultivate 40, on steep slopes ranging up to and over 1200 feet. The soils are stoney clayey-limestone.
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