By: Gary Westby
K&L Staff Member
This Champagne comes from vineyards less than five miles from the boarder with Burgundy, on soils just like those of Chablis. This soil character comes through in the Alliance more so than any other Champagne that we have! If you are looking for an oyster Champagne look no further! This dry, balanced Champagne has the perfect salinity for a trip to the oyster beds. I love it with any kind of shellfish from scallops to crab to lobster. This wine has the layers of a much more expensive bottle of white Burgundy and the fantastic bead of the best of Champagne!