Among the Crémant de Loire or “cream of the Loire” the Château de Montgueret Brut provides a classy, crisp bottle of sparkling wine.
At just over €5, the Montgueret outdoes many of its competitors on the local supermarket shelves.
Avoiding excess acidity or aftertaste, the delicate, appley tones and fine bubbles of this wine are a joy to drink and are rarely found outside France.
Montgueret is made on 130 hectares of land within the Anjou region. It is owned by LeCheteau, which is operated by the Grands Chais de France (GCF Group).
Château de Montgueret Brut is available from local E.Leclerc supermarkets in the Anjou region.
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