Grandin `Méthode Traditionnelle` Brut NV (6 x 750mL), Loire, France.

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Produced using the traditional method, Grandin sparkling is elegant with an exception bouquet and exquisite aroma.

FRA - Loire

Expert Reviews

"Almond, nutty and walnut nose with croissant flavours. Good, even flavour. Massive amount of spiced and roasted nuts; more full than champagne. It displays white pepper herbal flavours that you would expect from a cool climate who have only just cropped the fruit. "Rob Geddes MW, Drink Trade (JAN/2011)

"The Grandin range of sparkling wines from the Loire Valley have been around since 1886 and offer exceptional value. A unique blend of Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc and the relatively unknown (in Australia),Ugni Blanc, it gives you distinctive Loire Valley elegance, richness and length of flavour on the finish. " John Helmer, Surf Coast & Bellarine Times (OCT/2011)

Winery Tasting Notes

Grape Varietals

20% Chardonnay, 35% Chenin Blanc, 25% Ugni Blanc and 20% Colombard.


Grandin is an attractive sparkling wine exhibiting a profuse effervescence and a rich straw gold colour.


Scents of flowers, yeast, light citrus and a hint of smoke.


It rolls happily into a fruity mouthful of juicy, flavours. Delicate almond characters with undertones of hazelnut, subtle touch of clove and limes. Crisp and elegant, a well rounded, easy to enjoy palate, with good fruit, fresh flavours and depth of flavour.

Medals & Trophies

Gold Medal, China Wine & Spirit Competition 2005

Gold Medal, Vinalies Internationales 2005

FRA - Loire
Grape Style
Imported Sparkling
Closure Type
Cork closure

Winery Profile

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In 1886, Henri Grandin, a notary and wine lover, married Madamoiselle Pouillet de Limesle, whose family owned the cellars of ‘la Bouvraie’ in the old royal glassworks of Louis XIV, below a splendid château at Ingrandes-sur-Loire.

This region is known as “le Jardin de la France”, named as a tribute to a gentle and peaceful area that the kings of France had made their summer playground for centuries. In 1886 Henri Grandin launched the “méthode champenoise” which still bears his name. The Grandin property today still consists of this stunningly picturesque Château and its cellars, producing an excellent quality in the purest tradition of the méthode champenoise (now called “méthode traditionnelle”).

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