Keush

Origins Méthode Traditionelle Brut Sparkling Blend

8.924 ratings
8.911 pro ratings
Armenia
White Blend
Chicken, Turkey, Duck, Goose, Squash & Root Vegetables, Pork, Mushrooms, Shellfish, Cheddar & Gruyere, Meaty & Oily Fish, White Fish, Manchego & Parmesan, Cream Sauces
Top Notes For
Saman Hosseini

Writer Maison Abattoir

8.9

Native grapes, crown in limestone soils, 1800 m altitude vineyards. 18 months of the lees. Mineral but with honed edges and a pleasing mousse.

Native grapes, crown in limestone soils, 1800 m altitude vineyards. 18 months of the lees. Mineral but with honed edges and a pleasing mousse.

Feb 18th, 2019
Mandi Speidel

City Territory Chicago, Maverick Wine Company

9.2

Rolls & Bubbbsssss

Rolls & Bubbbsssss

Jan 9th, 2019
Michael Baldonado

Light to medium bodied with autumn fruit and a crisp finish.

Light to medium bodied with autumn fruit and a crisp finish.

Dec 31st, 2018
Daniel P. Drake

I was at one of my local wine stores this week and saw this interesting sparkler from Armenia. Thought I had to give it a try with two interesting blend of grapes 60% Voskehat and 40% Khatouni Kharji both indigenous to the Vayots Dzor area of Armenia and grown on 60-100 year old vines.

On the nose there is beautiful citrus notes, lemon curd, strawberry, white flowers and creme brulee.

On the palate the citrus notes are confirmed, lemon, stone fruits, a salinity, minerality and a rich creaminess of vanilla.

This sparkler is medium bodied with loads of beautiful effervescents and fine bubbles that continue on forever. There is zesty high acidity which leads right to a clean fresh finish. For the price you cannot beat this. I hope everyone's start of the Christmas weekend has been an exciting one with thoughts of what's to come on Christmas day. Stay safe and enjoy your family and friends. Nostrovia! 🍾🍾🍾🍾

I was at one of my local wine stores this week and saw this interesting sparkler from Armenia. Thought I had to give it a try with two interesting blend of grapes 60% Voskehat and 40% Khatouni Kharji both indigenous to the Vayots Dzor area of Armenia and grown on 60-100 year old vines.

On the nose there is beautiful citrus notes, lemon curd, strawberry, white flowers and creme brulee.

On the palate the citrus notes are confirmed, lemon, stone fruits, a salinity, minerality and a rich creaminess of vanilla.

This sparkler is medium bodied with loads of beautiful effervescents and fine bubbles that continue on forever. There is zesty high acidity which leads right to a clean fresh finish. For the price you cannot beat this. I hope everyone's start of the Christmas weekend has been an exciting one with thoughts of what's to come on Christmas day. Stay safe and enjoy your family and friends. Nostrovia! 🍾🍾🍾🍾

Dec 24th, 2018
Ara Aslanian

Great NV sparkling wine from Armenia

Great NV sparkling wine from Armenia

Nov 25th, 2018
Matt Lasater

Great QPR, crisp, high toned green and yellow tree fruits, dough, crushed rocks. Great accid structure, autolytic complexity, snappy texture. 60 Khatoun Kharji 40 Voskehat, bottled 8/2015

Great QPR, crisp, high toned green and yellow tree fruits, dough, crushed rocks. Great accid structure, autolytic complexity, snappy texture. 60 Khatoun Kharji 40 Voskehat, bottled 8/2015

Jun 15th, 2018
Ben Brenner

@Sean Nelson Armenian bubbles and fried chicken ... not too shabby

@Sean Nelson Armenian bubbles and fried chicken ... not too shabby

Sep 9th, 2017
Jo Florradikal

Lemon peel, yeasty notes, jazmin and other white flowers. green peaches and apricots and hints of honey

Lemon peel, yeasty notes, jazmin and other white flowers. green peaches and apricots and hints of honey

Jul 11th, 2017
Ashwin Muthiah

Sophisticated and different.

Sophisticated and different.

Dec 6th, 2018
yousef saed

Nice and well made but ultimately fairly uninteresting.

Nice and well made but ultimately fairly uninteresting.

Oct 12th, 2017