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2009 Domaine Barmes-Buecher Cremant d'Alsace
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Albert Hertz, Eguisheim
About Domaine Barmes-Buecher

Husband and wife team Francois and Genevieve Barmes created Domaine Barmes-Buecher in 1985 from family land owned since the 17th century. Today, after the death of Francois, Genevieve carries on their life’s work, managing 30 acres in Alsace, around the towns of Wettolsheim, Turckheim, and Wintzenheim.

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2009 Domaine Barmes-Buecher Cremant d'Alsace

Producer: Domaine Barmes-Buecher
Style: Sparkling
Grape Type: White Blend
Origin: France
Region: Alsace

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Better than Veuve
by balfour12522098
Really delicious. Excellent value, too.
Wonderful summer bubbly
by Malkin12760261
Same as prior years- great to start before a meal or early in the day. Luscious.
Crisp and fruity
by Meyer11359847
A very good sparkling wine with more to it than some Champagne.
Great bubbles
by Kottke12660813
Great wine! Citrus and green apple on the nose with a wonderful creamy finish on the palate!
Worthy alternative to Champagne
by Jarman12599986
I was excited to try this right after taking delivery; Alsace is one of our favourite regions for versatile food-friendly wines and I am always interested in good alternatives to Champagne. The wine pours with an energetic effervescence, a thick crema of small bubbles that dissipates fairly rapidly, pale straw color, toasty aroma quite attractive, on the palate notably dry, minerality, faint citrus, some nuanced biscuity notes, some length. Conclude: a welcome and good-value alternative to the lesser notes of Champagne.


Albert Hertz, Eguisheim
About Alsace

Alsace has been almost pathologically ignored by the American wine-drinking public for generations--a real mystery in light of the great number of juicy, pure wines produced in this picture-postcard region of northeastern France.
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