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2017 Domaine Carneros Ultra Brut

Removed from a professional wine storage facility; Obtained by inheritance; Consignor is second owner

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94James Suckling

A rather inviting nose of fresh flowers, wet stones, dried lemon peel and a hint of hazelnut. Medium-bodied with a tight mousse. Mineral and dry. Plenty of drive here. Really focused and so delicious.

93Wine Spectator

Laser-focused and impeccably dry, this sparkler has refined lemon and stone fruit flavors laced with mineral and blanched almond accents.

93Wine Enthusiast

Fresh, clean and bracing, this bubbly tastes bone dry and appetizing, as lemon zest, lemon blossom and chalk notes come up in the aroma and continue through the flavors.


United States, California, Napa Valley, Carneros

Carneros AVA, also known as Los Carneros, is at the southern end of the Napa and Sonoma Valleys at the top of the San Francisco Bay. The 8,000 vineyard acres are mostly planted to Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, both of which thrive in the district’s cool, marine climate. Carneros became an AVA in 1983 and it has attracted foreign wine companies along with local producers. It has been especially appealing to European producers of sparkling wines including the giant Spanish cava producers Codorniu and Frexinet, and the French Champagne house Taittinger. Codorniu in Carneros is called Artesa, and Frexinet’s Carneros brand is Gloria Ferrer. Taittinger calls its Carneros winery Domaine Carneros. The European producers also make still wines in Carneros.