Blue Pyrenees was established by the French in 1963; no wonder the bubbly is so damn good. Reminds me a hell of a lot of good Champagne with all its bubbly goodness. This is made for a serious celebration.
Appearance: Brilliant straw green with a pale pink hue.
Nose: The complex aromas of toast, freshly baked biscuits and nougat are evidence of extended aging on yeast lees. Subtle hints of lemon and red apple give an overall impression of freshness and vitality.
Palate: The Blue Pyrenees Vintage Brut exhibits a fine and persistent bead, concentrated yeast autolysis characters plus red & green apple fruit flavours. The lively palate is driven by a fresh acidity, which lingers harmoniously with the aged complexity.
Cellaring: Released as a mature style it is ready to appreciate now.