NV Gruet Brut New Mexico

NV Gruet Brut New Mexico

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Expert Ratings and Reviews

87 Points Wine Spectator, 1997
86 Points Wine Spectator, 2004
86 Points Wine Spectator, 2005
86 Points Wine Spectator, 2007
81 Points Wine Spectator, 2002

Customer Ratings

Based on 32 ratings
Great Alternative to French Champagne

Hands down one of the best values in sparkling wine. If you enjoy White Star and PJ Brut, try this and be surprised!!!

Excellent Bubbly for a Modest Price

This New Mexican bubbly has an excellent flavor and a smooth touch. We actually like it better than White Star and it's half the price! Friends and family give high marks as well.

Loads of tiny bubbles

Everyone really enjoyed this on Thanksgiving, crisp with a subtle fruit finish. Mouth filling bubble

taste of home

Being from NM originally, this great little bubbly really has a special place in my heart. I know that I'm biased on this one, but if you're looking for something truly unique, and a great value at that, then pick up a bottle or two if you are fortunate enough to find them where you are. Also, look for the vintage Blanc de Blancs, which are quite wonderful.

Gruet NV Brut

Who would of thunk it? One of the best value domestic sparklers from the land of red or green chile. Made in a true French style from 100% New Mexican juice. The NV Brut consisting of 75% Chard. and 25% Pinot Noir. A little citrus hits the palate after a wonderful green apple aroma. Compares to Californian sparklers twice or three times the price.

Love it!

You can't go wrong with this sparkler for the price. It is delicious!

Wonderful!

Now that Roederer Estate has gone up in price, this is now the sparkling wine bargain to beat. A wonderfully complex sparkler that rivals Piper and other lesser French champagnes. Don't let the fact that it is made in New Mexico scare you away. Such a great value!

We were very surprised to find such a nice sparkling wine out of NM! It was even delicious paired with sushi. A very affordable, fun wine.

Terrific sparkler

Enjoyed our first bottle on December 1, 2006.

New Mexican Bubbly? You bet!

Brut from New Mexico. Don't let the possible incompatibility of logic fool you. A couple guys from France set up there a few years ago and started making Methode Champenoise sparklers that are crisp, balanced and very tasty. The fruit is delicious while a light yeasty/breadiness supports and melds through the austere, dry finish. Their NV Brut was my choice last year for the millennium while celebrating with a large group of friends who weren't much into "that wine thing." They loved it, I loved it, and at the price you'll be hard-pressed to beat the quality/value ratio.

crisp, pleasant, classic champagne-like

A pleasant sparkling wine with good balance and genuine toasty champagne-styled flavor. Finishes short.

Elch.

MAYBE make a mimosa out of it, but don't drink it straight.

About Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir Facts

Flavor Profile

Bright red fruit flavors with substantial minerality and earthiness

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