This sparkling wine was made with Chardonnay and Arbois grapes grown on soils of flint, clay and stone in France's Loire Valley. The wine is made using the Traditional Champagne Method, and is rested "sur lattes" (on its side) for 2-3 years. This extended maturation in-bottle allows aromas and complexity to develop. Only 500 cases were produced of this wine for the US market.

This wine was created in collaboration with Boston Magazine to support The Greater Boston Food Bank during the 2018 holiday season. $1 from every bottle sold will be given to GBFB to support the great work they are doing in supporting the local Boston and Eastern Massachusetts community. This $1 per bottle will provide three healthy meals to those in need. Read more about GBFB below.

The Greater Boston Food Bank (GBFB) is the largest hunger-relief organization in New England and among the largest food banks in the country. GBFB provides the equivalent of 50 million healthy meals annually distributed through its network of 530 member agencies in the 190 cities and towns across Eastern Massachusetts. GBFB operates four direct service programs at nearly 70 sites throughout the area. A member of Feeding America, the nation’s food bank network, GBFB serves more than 140,000 people every month in its mission to create a hunger-free Eastern Massachusetts. Visit GBFB online at


Pop open this bottle of bubbly and discover a wine with a pale, delicate color and fine, festive effervescence. Aromas of crisp citrus rise from the glass accompanied by a light toast and decadent creaminess.


  • Alcohol: 12.5%
  • Varietal: 80% Chardonnay 20% Arbois