Domaine des Baumard Sparkling NV / 75cl Domaine des Baumard - Carte Turquiose - Crémant de Loire - wine supplier to yachts

Domaine des Baumard - Carte Turquiose - Crémant de Loire

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"Domaine des Baumard‘s non-vintage Crémant de Loire Carte Turquoise Brut. Crisp, refreshing, vibrant and delicate, this Chenin Blanc-based sparkling wine, with touches of citrus and green apple, is worth going out of your way to try."


Country: France
Region: Loire
Appellation: cremant de loire
Producer: Domaine des Baumard

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