HomeTasting NotesN.V. J. J. Vincent et Fils Crémant de Bourgogne Brut David Honig June 13, 2011 Tasting Notes 2 Comments The wine shows straw-pale yellow with consistent small bubbles. On the nose it is very yeasty, with tropical fruits, like banana bread with a pineapple topping. It is more tart on the attack, leading with soft lime and clementines. It softens to more tropical flavors on the mid-palate, all over a yeasty Zweiback (that’s not a wine, BTW) background, with mango and fried banana. Acids add crispness. The finish is mid-length, trending back toward the citrus flavors. Drink with escargot. Recommended. WHO: J. J. Vincent et Fils WHAT: Chardonnay (sparkling) WHERE: Burgundy, France WHEN: N.V. HOW MUCH: $17 (Media sample) http://www.silkbush.com dave jefferson OK, Mr. Honig, this sounds like a super sparkler from France. I would like to buy a case, so how do I find it in NorCal? http://palatepress.com David Honig Dave, you can find it through wine-searcher.com if VinQuire does not identify a seller.