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DOMAINE ST. VINCENT Rose

NV DOMAINE ST. VINCENT Rose

We all need to be drinking more sparkling wine. Fine bubbly can accompany any dish, brighten any day, and liven up any conversation. Domaine St. Vincent Rosé will add joie de vivre to your routine at no greater expense than any other everyday wine. It may be Gruet of New Mexico’s second label, but it’s made by the same classic method as all their vintage and non-vintage sparklers. Crisp and zesty, this 100% Pinot Noir offers mouth-watering wild strawberry, bing cherry, lavender and floral notes along with a lovely, effervescent mousse that maintains vivacious acidity throughout a long and refreshing finish. Pair with the end (or start?) of any day!

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¥3,190 (incl. tax)
DOMAINE ST. VINCENT Brut

NV DOMAINE ST. VINCENT Brut

A tight budget should never dissuade anyone from enjoying a glass of sparkling wine. And while all of Gruet’s sparkling wines offer excellent value, Gruet’s winemaker describes the St. Vincent N.V. Brut as a “budget friendly wine that encompasses all the quality and flavor that you would expect from a Gruet sparkling wine. This wine is easy to drink and very food-friendly, two pre-requisites that most wine lovers appreciate!” Like all of Gruet’s wines, the St. Vincent is made according to the Champagne method with the second fermentation occurring inside the bottle. In the glass, lively bubbles, a fine mousse and bright fruit notes of green apple and pear make for pleasant sipping before or during lunch or dinner.

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¥3,630 (incl. tax)
GRUET Brut

NV GRUET Brut

Because bone-dry sparkling wine has little mass appeal, a dosage of sweet liqueur is added when the bottles are disgorged and corked. Brut is the driest level of sweetness (confusingly, Sec (“dry”) is sweeter than Brut). A blend of 75% Chardonnay and 25% Pinot Noir, this sparkling wine is crisp and full-bodied and certain to spice up any meal – indoors or out. With a magnum, everybody at your springtime or early summer picnic will be sure to enjoy a glass!

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¥4,070 (incl. tax)
GRUET Blanc de Noirs

NV GRUET Blanc de Noirs

Though Blanc de Noirs (“white of blacks”) usually refers to wine made exclusively from dark-skinned grapes, Gruet’s Blanc de Noirs is a blend of 75% Pinot Noir and 25% Chardonnay. The extraordinary vineyards as well as two years’ aging produce a wine that delights the senses: salmon color, silky bubbles, alluring aromas, and so creamy, rich and toasty.

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¥4,070 (incl. tax)
GRUET Blanc de Blancs

NV GRUET Blanc de Blancs

Produced from 100% Chardonnay, the non-vintage Blanc de Blancs is crisp and lively, with a froth of tiny beads that never seem to run out of gas. Following the practice at Champagne Gruet, the non-vintage selection includes some reserve wine in the blend to add complexity and to help maintain a consistent house style. With a brut-level of dosage (i.e. dry but not bone dry), the wine is medium-bodied and delicate, with aromas of green apples and lemon zest opening up to flavors of fresh apple and pineapple. If drinking more sparkling wine is one of your New Year resolutions, why not with one of Wine Spectator’s 100 top wine values for 2020! 

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¥4,070 (incl. tax)
THREE Sparkling Wine Mendocino County

NV THREE Sparkling Wine Mendocino County

Three Wine Company’s Mendocino Brut is a classic Methode Traditionnelle sparkling wine. It consists of 68% Chardonnay and 32% Pinot Noir from the 2015 vintage. The fruit was sourced from several vineyards in Mendocino County, fermented separately in stainless steel tanks before being assembled into the blend, which included 4.5% from the 2014 vintage for added complexity. As with all classic method sparkling wines, secondary fermentation inside the bottle produces the bubbles while sur lie aging yields the creamy texture and complex flavors. The winery notes, “vivid crisp Gala apple with hints of pear and lemon lead to fresh toasted bread for an elegant dry finish.” An excellent value! Highly recommended for the holidays!

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¥4,400 (incl. tax)
BODKIN

NV BODKIN "Bubbly Sauvignon Blanc"

“We few, We happy few” is certainly apropos in connection with Bodkin Bubbly Sauvignon Blanc. After all, who makes sparkling wine from Sauvignon Blanc? But if you love Sauvignon Blanc and you love sparkling wine - as Chris Christensen clearly does - then why not? Indeed, sparkling Sauvignon Blanc is not uncommon in New Zealand, where the grape is so beloved that it accounts for over 70% of NZ wine production. But in California, Bodkin may be one of the few, if not the only one. The wine is a blend of two Sauvignon Blanc Vineyards from Lake County – 72% from Sandy Bend Vineyard in the Upper Lake AVA and 28% from HRSV Vineyard, also in Upper Lake. Hotei members may remember an earlier version, called “Cuvee Agincourt.” According to Christensen the new bubbly packs 35% more fizz than before. Aiming to add more of an aromatic punch to sparkling wine, Christensen describes the wine as bright and fruit forward and as “Sauvignon Blanc-y” as ever with overtones of pineapple guava and lemon-lime, and a palate that matches the nose. Sounds like the perfect wine for enhancing hot summer evenings!

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¥4,730 (incl. tax)
PIPER SONOMA Brut Rose Sonoma County

NV PIPER SONOMA Brut Rose Sonoma County

A product of the cool Russian River Valley, Piper Sonoma’s Brut Rosé is crisp and fragrant, a delight to the eyes, nose and palate. While the blend of 54% Chardonnay, 39% Pinot Noir, and 7% Pinot Meunier differs little from the Brut in its ratio of white to red grapes, the cuvée includes a dash of Pinot Noir still wine, and the gorgeous pink color and tantalizing floral notes and red berry aromas are the result. A sparkling wine that will turn any gathering into an occasion, the Brut Rosé will pair well with sashimi, Thai duck curry, or most anything laid out to nibble on before a meal. 

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¥4,950 (incl. tax)
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CRICKET FARMS Brut Lake County
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NV CRICKET FARMS Brut Lake County

While Clay Shannon’s approach toward organic farming encourages insects to prosper in the vineyards, Cricket Farms Bruit is named for a loyal Border Collie named Cricket. This is a refreshing sparkling wine with bright fruit character and fresh acidity. Sourced from the estate’s Long Valley Vineyard, the grapes were picked early to ensure high acidity and low alcohol. The charms with its effervescence and delicate flavors of green apple, pear, and citrus. At only 10.5 ABV and only 96 calories per serving, this sparkler could be the super sipper of the summer! 

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¥6,490 (incl. tax)
J VINEYARDS & WINERY

NV J VINEYARDS & WINERY "Cuvee 20" Brut

J Vineyard’s signature sparkling wine is made for celebrations – whether a special occasion or just life itself. The classic grapes of Champagne are here: Chardonnay (49%), Pinot Noir (49%) and Pinot Meuniere (2%), sourced from a range of Russian River Valley vineyards that suffuse the wine with a spectrum of complex fruit flavors and mineral notes. Bubbles stream up into a golden mousse, giving the wine a creamy and elegant texture. Think fresh fruit served atop cinnamon toast and drizzled with wild honey and you get an idea of the flavors that await.

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¥9,020 (incl. tax)
J VINEYARDS & WINERY Brut Rose

NV J VINEYARDS & WINERY Brut Rose

Even unopened, the sleek, clear glass bottle filled with luminous cool pink wine is a conversation piece – just the thing to get a party started. But in the glass is where this fruit-driven and full-flavored sparkling wine really shines. A blend of 64% Pinot Noir, 34% Chardonnay and 2% Pinot Meunier, this Rosé has substantial body and concentrated red fruit flavors but plenty of acidity and a clean finish. Three years aging on the lees has given the wine a toasty, fresh-baked bread character that recalls Champagne. 

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¥9,020 (incl. tax)
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