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Gilgal Brut

Gilgal Brut

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Gilgal Brut

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50% Pinot Noir, 50% Chardonnay. Gilgal Brut was produced in the cool climate of the Golan Heights, using only traditional methods and aged for a minimum of one year in the bottle. This is a non-vintage sparkling wine that shows off bright lemon notes nuanced with crisp green apples and pears, fresh flowers, and hints of wild strawberries. Its refreshing tartness makes the wine immensely drinkable.
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50% Pinot Noir, 50% Chardonnay. Gilgal Brut was produced in the cool climate of the Golan Heights, using only traditional methods and aged for a minimum of one year in the bottle. This is a non-vintage sparkling wine that shows off bright lemon notes nuanced with crisp green apples and pears, fresh flowers, and hints of wild strawberries. Its refreshing tartness makes the wine immensely drinkable.

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  • Champagne
  • Table Wine
  • 12%
  • 12
  • 750 ml
  • White
  • Dry
  • Not Mevushal
  • Gilgal
  • Israel
  • OU
  • Non-Vintage
  • Yes
Pairs well with: Fish Poultry

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Miranda

2015-03-26 22:26:16

customer since 2013

[Note, this is not vintage-dated, so I simply went with the most recent vintage in the drop-down menu - as this form demands a vintage selection; it tends to be consistent from year to year.] This is a fun, well priced, quality sparkler. Apple and citrus aromas and flavors are accented with spice and toasty oak within a well-balanced frame showing crisp acidity and good length. A great choice for the price.
Pavel

2015-01-01 21:26:51

customer since 2014

This is, without a doubt, the best kosher sparkling wine in the <$20 range. I am puzzled as to why no one seems to talk about it. What totally distinguishes it from competitors like Herzog "Brut" and the various kosher Cavas is its wonderfully pleasant touch of tartness. In any case, Gilgal is the only affordable French-style champagne on the market right now that is not an embarrassment to serve to someone who doesn't keep kosher on wine. Sadly, however, it is not mevushal, so you won't be drinking any good bubbly at weddings any time soon.

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Miranda

2015-03-26 22:26:16

customer since 2013

[Note, this is not vintage-dated, so I simply went with the most recent vintage in the drop-down menu - as this form demands a vintage selection; it tends to be consistent from year to year.] This is a fun, well priced, quality sparkler. Apple and citrus aromas and flavors are accented with spice and toasty oak within a well-balanced frame showing crisp acidity and good length. A great choice for the price.
Pavel

2015-01-01 21:26:51

customer since 2014

This is, without a doubt, the best kosher sparkling wine in the <$20 range. I am puzzled as to why no one seems to talk about it. What totally distinguishes it from competitors like Herzog "Brut" and the various kosher Cavas is its wonderfully pleasant touch of tartness. In any case, Gilgal is the only affordable French-style champagne on the market right now that is not an embarrassment to serve to someone who doesn't keep kosher on wine. Sadly, however, it is not mevushal, so you won't be drinking any good bubbly at weddings any time soon.
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