Arras Museum Release Blanc de Blancs 2001
House of Arras sparkling wines epitomise the pursuit of perfection. The philosophy of their winemaker EJ Carr has always been clear – to produce worldclass sparkling wines reflecting their home in Tasmania. 2001 House of Arras Museum Release Blanc de Blancs, of which only 360 bottles have been produced. “The 2001 Blanc de Blancs is one of the most expensive products Arras has brought to market, but we absolutely believe that it’s worth the price,” Ed says. “Last year, it picked up the Best Australian Future Release at the Champagne & Sparkling World Championships, and this year it won Gold at the same awards,” he adds. Another factor that plays into the quality of House of Arras’s sparkling wines is their provenance. Tasmania is one of Australia’s top cool climate regions, with consistently favourable conditions for fruit development. It has the edge over vineyards in places like, say, France, which can be prone to frosts and other weather extremes. If you’re considering something special for the festive season, why not try Australian sparkling? With releases such as these, you’ll find the wine in the bottle to be world class.
In any six $311.88
Each $339.00
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Chardonnay