Crémant du Luxembourg, Hartmann
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Crémant du Luxembourg, Hartmann - NV

Item # 42230 750mL
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Production Methods



Practicing Organic

Wine made from grapes grown without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides in the vineyard.

Tasting Notes

Hartmann is located on the Mosel, where the vineyards are steep and old. This is not Germany, it’s Luxembourg — one of the best-kept secrets for world-class sparkling wines where you find limestone soils - ideal for classically made wines. The 200-year-old Domaine Alice Hartmann is named for the valiant Madame Hartmann, who single-handedly kept the estate alive through war and lean times in the last century. The domaine has holdings in some of Luxembourg’s most treasured vineyards: the Wormeldange Koeppchen, Palmberg in Ahn, and Fels in Grevenmacher. Luxembourg’s vineyards are concentrated in the eastern part of this tiny country, where the Mosel forms a natural border with Germany. There is just one AOC: Moselle Luxembourgeois.

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Staff Pick Notes

I love dates, as in the fruit from a date palm. I grew up eating them, and when we would visit Palm Springs we would all get frosty date shakes. I have been on the search for a wine that would be a match for the gooey, sweet, cinnamon/burned sugar treats. The first place one usually goes when pairing something sweet is to dessert wines. And I really should try out the Gutiérrez Colosia, Oloroso Sherry because that would probably be life changing. But this bottle of high acid bubbly is perfect as well. With its toasty and warm round notes and bright acidity it is the perfect late night treat.

- HG

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