A great article in Charleston Magazine, summer edition, about sparkling french southwest wines in Limoux appellation by Robert Calvert.

Côté Mas Crémant de Limoux Brut Méthode Traditionnelle

Region: Languedoc (Blanquette de Limoux)
Description: Pale yellow with delicate and persistent bubbles. Intense, refined nose of honey, acacia and crystallized lemon with a palate of citrus fruits.
Pairing: An excellent aperitif that pairs well with all styles of cuisine

Côté Mas Blanquette de Limoux Méthode Ancestrale

Region: Languedoc (Blanquette de Limoux)
Description: Apple cider with  sweet flavors of honey, yellow pear and pineapple.
Pairing: Dessert.

Côté Mas Crémant de Limoux Rosé Brut

Region: Languedoc (Crémant de Limoux)
Description: Pink with delicate bubbles; refined fragrances of honeysuckle, peach and apricot; grapefruit and subtle blood orange flavors.
Pairing: Pairs well with all styles of cuisine.

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