Louise d'Estree

Brut Sparkling Blend

8.645 ratings
8.62 pro ratings
France
White Blend
Top Notes For
Velda Love

Velda had this 5 years ago

Velda had this 5 years ago

2 people found it helpfulNov 16th, 2014
Paul Mason

Ok, better bubblies out there even at this price point.

Ok, better bubblies out there even at this price point.

Oct 23rd, 2015
Jeff Burrows

Are you kidding me? A Trader Joe's steal at $9. Lemony nose, dry, fine bubbles. Love

Are you kidding me? A Trader Joe's steal at $9. Lemony nose, dry, fine bubbles. Love

Aug 1st, 2015
Colin Cahoon

Slightly tart with not much acid in the finish.

Slightly tart with not much acid in the finish.

May 3rd, 2019
Max Estrada

Delightfully dry and frothy, this sparkling wine tastes of granny smith apples, lemon, pear, and cantaloupe. Good bottle of la methode traditionnelle.

Year not stated, enjoyed in February 2018.

Delightfully dry and frothy, this sparkling wine tastes of granny smith apples, lemon, pear, and cantaloupe. Good bottle of la methode traditionnelle.

Year not stated, enjoyed in February 2018.

Feb 27th, 2018
Juanita Castelo

I'm not a fan of brut, but this is very drinkable! Dry, but not overwhelming. Light fruit flavor, hint of vanilla, very enjoyable. Perfect for the price!

I'm not a fan of brut, but this is very drinkable! Dry, but not overwhelming. Light fruit flavor, hint of vanilla, very enjoyable. Perfect for the price!

Dec 25th, 2017
Philip Cook

Dry and a little citrusy. Not bad but nothing special. $10 @ Trader Joe’s.

Dry and a little citrusy. Not bad but nothing special. $10 @ Trader Joe’s.

Dec 18th, 2017
Molly Bradley

Very not bad for a cheap sparkling. Not super complex, but has a nice almond and toasty quality.

Very not bad for a cheap sparkling. Not super complex, but has a nice almond and toasty quality.

May 21st, 2017
Greg Gibson ✔

I enjoyed this Sparkling wine from the Loire Valley that is made in the traditional champagne method. Nice dryness that's also balanced out by floral notes as well as a pleasing structured minerality overall.

I enjoyed this Sparkling wine from the Loire Valley that is made in the traditional champagne method. Nice dryness that's also balanced out by floral notes as well as a pleasing structured minerality overall.

May 14th, 2017
Elaine

A delightful mimosa mixer.

A delightful mimosa mixer.

Apr 16th, 2017