California Wine Sa.,VIETNAM ( ATLANTIC Group )

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Sparkling Wines (Chase Limogere/ Cook's/ Cribari/ Great/ Western/ J.Roget/ Jacques Bonet\LeDomaine/ Mondoro/ Motif/ Taylor New York/ Widmer.... Sparkling Winemaking Terms Autolyzed Yeast- A yeast like character which develops in Method Champenoise sparkling wines when they are aged in contact with yeast sediments in the bottle. The yeast sediments autolyze or breakdown and release components into the sparkling wine. Blanc de Blancs- A white sparkling wine made with the juice of white grapes only. Blanc de Noir- A white sparkling wine made from the juice of red grapes (usually Pinot Noir in France or California). Brut- A sparkling wine with a dry taste. Brut wines are seldom totally dry; a little bit of residual sugar helps to balance the wine?s acidity and carbonation. Method Champenoise Bur Sparkling wines generally contain less than 1.5 grams of sugar per 100 milliliters. Cuvee-The blend of still wines, which undergoes secondary fermentation to produce a sparkling wine. Dosage- A blend of wine and/or sugar which is added to the sparkling wines after secondary fermentation to correct flavor and sweetness. Extra Dry- A sparkling wine with a slightly sweet taste. Extra Dry sparkling wines usually contain between 2.5 to 3.5 grams of sugar per 100 milliliters. Riddling- After aging, bottle fermented wines are placed neck down in racks and turned slightly each day so that the yeast sediment will collect in the cap. Tirage- Method Champenoise wines which are being aged in bottles are said to aging 'en tirage'

Sparkling Wine Process Outlines Method Champenoise The traditional French method, which requires secondary fermentation, aging and clarification all to be done in the same bottle.

1. Cuvee (a blend of wines with a relatively low alcohol content to allow for the alcohol increase during secondary fermentation) is prepared and sugar and yeast are added.

2. Heavy-walled champagne bottles are filled with the blended cuvee and sealed with crown caps.

3. Secondary fermentation is completed and the wines are stacked 'en tirage' in bins or racks for one to three years of aging.

4. After aging, the bottles are placed neck down in racks so that yeast sediment may be 'riddled' into the caps.

5. In the disgorgment process, the bottlenecks are frozen and the crown caps are removed allowing the pressure to blow out or 'disgorge' the sediment.

6. Wine and sugar dosage is added to adjust the sparkling wine's sweetness and the bottles are topped to the proper fill.

7. Corks are put into place and wire tight before the bottles are washed, labeled and cased. Charmat Method Another French method in which secondary fermentation is conducted in a stainless steel tank which will hold pressure.

Clarification, filtration and bottling operations are conducted while maintaining counter pressure to maintain the sparkling wine's carbonation.

1. Cuvee (a blend of wines with a relatively low alcohol content to allow for the alcohol increase during secondary fermentation) is prepared and sugar and yeast are added.

2. The blended cuvee is place in a stainless steel tank which will old pressure and secondary fermentation takes place in five to seven days.

3. The sparkling wine is filtered to remove yeast and is passed into a bottling tank.

4. Wine and sugar dosage is added to adjust the sparkling wine's sweetness.

5. Bottles are filled under pressure to maintain carbonation, corks are put into place and wired tight and the bottles are labeled and cased

Information On Some Of Our Sparkling Wine Products Cook's To add sparkle to any occasion, America's choice is inevitably champagne. When people want to celebrate a special occasion, whether it's for 20 or just for two-their brand of choice is often Cook's Champagne. It is a name that has been in the public eye for over 100 years. With its cork stopper and traditional shape bottle, Cook's is a popularly-priced sparkling wine product with the quality of a much higher-priced product. Great Western This classic New York Champagne is smooth and delicate. It provides distinctive character for those looking for a premium sparkling product, and is backed by over 125 years of winemaking tradition. Motif If you are looking for a sparkling wine with a touch of fruit, try our newest addition to our sparkling wine category: Motif, a sparkling wine with a touch of raspberry or peach. Also available: Motif Classic.

 

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Attn: Atlantic Group
P.O.Box No.02 THANH KHE Post Office
Danang City, VIETNAM 59200

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