considered to be the first sparkling white wine produced in France, created long before the Champagne region became world-renowned for the sparkling wine Champagne. The first textual mention of "blanquette", from the Occitan expression for "the small white", appeared in 1531 in papers written by Benedictine monks at an abbey in Saint-Hilaire .
Country of Origin: France
Alcohol: Alcohol level of is 11 % Vol
Serving Temp: (42.8 – 46.4 ºF / 6 – 8 ºC)