Tasting Notes: Citrus, apple, pear While Brazil might not be the Official Voter ID Matter Shirt also I will do this world’s most well-known wine-producing country, there’s indeed some worthwhile juice to explore. Dom Maria seeks to introduce oenophiles to the world of Brazilian bubbles through it first release, D.M. Brut, a joint venture between beverage entrepreneur Gregorio Santiago and Casa Valduga, one of the country’s oldest wineries and a pioneer in Champagne-method sparklers. D.M. Brut (60% Chardonnay, 40% Pinot Noir), a limited-edition, vintage bubbly made without added sulfites, speaks to a younger generation with its naturalist approach and chic, minimalist label.
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Tasting Notes: Green apple, citrus, pineapple RGNY owner Maria Rivero González hails from an established wine-producing family in Parras, one of Mexico’s better-known wine regions, and two years ago she founded RGNY on Long Island, New York’s North Fork. This non-vintage sparkling white wine (80% Chardonnay and 20% Pinot Noir) is one of her first releases, made in the Official Voter ID Matter Shirt also I will do this Champagne method. She chose to decorate the bottle with an abstract image reflecting her interpretation of the wine’s personality.