than a century before champagne, the Benedictine Monks of the Abbey of Saint-Hilaire in the Southern foothills of Limoux had created
First Sparkling Wine.
Today, over four and a half centuries later, SAINT-HILAIRE Blanquette de Limoux is made in the very same foothills
of Southern France.
uncorking and you'll discover why the French compare SAINT-HILAIRE with their finest Champagne. And at a fraction of the cost,
you'll never pay Champagne prices again.
What They’ve Been
France’s Oldest Sparkling Wine
“It remains one of the world’s finest sparkling wines, and
it constitutes the highest quality value
ration of any sparkling wine in the world.”
Wine of the Month Club
tried more than 20 wines and the great discovery was the Saint-Hilaire Blanquette de Limoux Brut.”
– New York Post
METRO NEW YORK - December
" MO BUBBLES, MO’ BETTER"
Like table wine, sparkling
wine is a global industry, and offering a variety of origins, styles and price points is important for maximizing bubbly sales
Saint-Hilaire, a Blanquette de Limoux, may stem from a tradition older than Champagne itself.
Brands: Saint-Hilaire (Blanquette de Limoux)…
Saint-Hilaire Blanquette de Limoux was awarded the GOLD MEDAL
at the 2014 Los Angeles Interntaional Wine Competition and BEST IN GLASS at the United Way Miami Wine & Food Festival.
is probably the least-known
well-made sparkling wine of France…”
primarily from the Chardonnay,
Chenin Blanc and Mauzac
grapes, the wines are qualitatively close to a high quality
non-vintage Champagne at one-third the price.”
"It's a pleasant and well balanced bubbly, perhaps the best value sparkling wine I've ever seen..."
Wine Lovers Page
“This is a frisky sparkler with
an attractive, yeasty aroma and luscious, creamy texture. It’s also a remarkable value.”
On The Philadelphia Inquirer
“A pretty and remarkably drinkable sparkler
with soft green apple, tangerine oil and faint yellow floral
notes accented with hints of lavender.”
Enthusiast – Top 100 Best Buys of 2009 and 2002
SELECTED FROM MORE THAN 18,000 WINE REVIEWS IN 2014
SAINT-HILAIRE Brut Blanquette de Limoux
This lively sparkler from Limoux-where monks were
making sparkling wine long before Champagne-offers flavors of ripe pear, fresh ginger, almond skin and candied lemon zest.
Drink now. –A.N.
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