The nectar of the gods is perfectly and excellently represented by the champagne, an extraordinary and special wine produced through a manual grape harvest followed by a phase of “assembling” of the same types of vine varieties, which come only from 9 vine varieties, including Chardonnay, Arbanne, Fromentau, Pinot Blanc, Noir and Meunier.
The story of champagne dates back to the XVII century, when the Benedictine abbot Dom Pierre Pérignon, at the abbey of Hautvillers, perfected its production technique, from the choice of the vine variety to the bottling process.
Made with the classic champenoise method, which means it is re-fermented in the bottle, this wine produces carbon dioxide which makes it sparkling to the palate. Being an “assembled” wine, it differs for the vine varieties that compose it.
At the Enoteca Cantina del Sarrabus you will find an accurate selection of the most prestigious champagnes in Cagliari. Some examples? Louis Roederer Cristal, Armand de Brigano, Broël & Kroff, Krug Close d’Ambonnay, Bollinger Vieilles Vignes Françaises, Bollinger Vieilles Vignes Françaises, Dom Pierre Pérignon, Perrier Jouët Belle Èpoque “By & For”, Trois Cépages, the Blanc de Blancs, Blanc de Noirs, Champagne rosé. They might be served with caviar and oysters to create a refined combination for a inebriating dinner or to celebrate a special occasion.
If you are looking for a reliable wine shop to buy champagnes in Cagliari, come and visit us in via Roma 246 in Muravera (CA).