design element - no content


Cremant Brut D'Alsace - Jean Baptiste Adam

£13.49

Gorgeous dry sparkling wine from the Kaefferkopf Grand Cru vineyard in Alsace with a dense and very fine mousse of bubbles.  Dazzlingly crisp, highly aromatic, well rounded and beautifully made.  Flavours of baked apple, brioche and spice with notes of apricot and acacia blossom.

50% Pinot Blanc, 50% Pinot Noir.  12% abv.  75cl

I am arranging my daughter's wedding and Bordeaux Undiscovered have been a brilliant find for me. They have paired the wines beautifully for the wedding breakfast as well has being very patient and supportive with me through this stressful time. We have opted for the Cremant d'Alsace Brut for the toast after conducting a blind tasting with a number of my friends who unanimously voted for it when it was tasted alongside champagne, processco, sparkling wine and cava. Thanks BU you have been a brick!
Review by: CC from Scotland, 18/06/2014

My compliments go out to you on your fantastic range of wines. Of particular note is the Jean Baptiste Adam Cremant d'Alsace - this is a real gem and in my opinion is far superior to many Champagnes that cost considerably more.
Review by: Christopher Collier, 16/01/2014

A good, sparkling, refreshing wine ideal for an aperitif
Review by: VH Wine Tasting, 05/03/2013

Loved it! Well worth the money and a really nice sparkling wine. Thanks Bordeaux-Undiscovered!
Review by: Sandy Woodford, 14/08/2012

Please choose number of bottles:


 



The House of Jean Baptiste Adam is one of the best producers of Cremant d'Alsace and their Crémant d'Alsace Brut is made in the Alsace village of Ammerschwihr which lies in the Kaefferkopf Grand Cru vineyard.  Founded in 1614, the House is one of the rare family estates who can claim 400 years of history in wine making with no less than 14 generations of winemakers behind it. The family’s Livre de Gourmettage (Book of the Gourmet) contains early writings that tell the story of past marketing efforts and retraces the evolution of wine sales from 1786 until today. In the early years of the House, restaurants represented the great majority of the customer base, but the book also shows evidence of transactions in Yokohama, Japan and in New York. Today the House follows bio dynamic principles.

Crémant wines are often mistaken for Champagnes and are made by the same method. Crémant is the French word for "creaming" - this means that they are made with slightly more than half the pressure of Champagne. This doesn’t give them any less sparkle but makes a wine with a fizzy mousse of bubbles and a delicious refreshing tingle on the tongue.


The Crémant Brut d’Alsace is a pale lemon colour with golden tints and is simply delicious as an aperitif.  However, not surprisingly,  it also pairs very well with a whole range of foods.  It's perfect with seafood and fish but can enhance spicy Asian cuisine, creamy pastas, cheeses and desserts.

Learn more about Adam Cremant on Nicks Blog:  Good Value, High Quality Sparkling Wine - Jean Baptiste Adam Cremant d'Alsace



Customers who bought this product also purchased...

Cremant d'Alsace Chardonnay Extra Brut - Jean Baptiste Adam
Cremant d'Alsace Chardonnay Extra Brut - Jean Baptiste Adam
Sancet Cotes de Gascogne 2013
Sancet Cotes de Gascogne 2013
Caves de La Nantaise Muscadet 2013 - Gold Medal Winner
Caves de La Nantaise Muscadet 2013 - Gold Medal Winner

Mathilde de La Fleur Morange 2006 - Saint Emilion
Mathilde de La Fleur Morange 2006 - Saint Emilion
Comte De Ferrand - Blanc De Blancs Brut - French Sparkling Wine
Comte De Ferrand - Blanc De Blancs Brut - French Sparkling Wine

Explore the site
Shop in confidence