Yarden Brut displays a delicate, yet complex mixture of apples, lemons and hints of red fruits layered with toasty and creamy notes. The fine, yet robust mousse combines nicely with the wines crisp body and finish. Yarden Brut is ready to enjoy and will hold up nicely in the bottle for two to three years. We love cracking open a bottle as guests arrive for a festive meal, served along small canapés, often just a bit on the salty side. Yarden Brut also pairs very well with cold soups, such as sorrel, sushi and grilled fresh seafood.
The wine is made from equal parts Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, and made strictly according to the traditional method, including hand-harvesting, whole-cluster pressing and secondary fermentation in the bottle. Each bottle aged for a minimum of two years before disgorging.