It’s a pale light yellow with oodles of fizz. The bubbles are small, and there’s lots of them that keep going like a Duracell bunny. It has some good yeasty character, with a thin layer of fruit.
It’s medium dry, with crisp acidity that balances out the sugar. The bubbles feel creamy and refreshing and 11.5% alcohol keeps it light. The yeastiness carries through with a smidge of marmite and nutty softness.
If you can find it in the UK it’s around £6-7, still good value. This is an ideal wine for a little sparkle with dessert, or better still with pancakes and fruit for Sunday brunch.