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Sekt Selection Chersegi

Aged sparkling brut nature white

970.00 UAH

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Sekt Selection Chersegi brut nature – the first sparkling wine from Transcarpathia crafted using the traditional method. Grapes from an early harvest of the Chershegi variety undergo classical bottle fermentation and age on lees for 22 months. This unique wine, unlike any other sparkling wine in Ukraine (and beyond), has an exclusive flavor and a special story behind it: it was bottled on February 24, 2022… This wine is undoubtedly meant for raising a glass to Ukraine and Victory. Choose and savor the uniqueness!

Golden Medal “Wine & Spirits Ukraine Awards – 2023”.

During the extended bottle aging, the floral-fruity aroma of Chershegi unfolds with notes of ripe orchard and tropical fruits, acquiring a subtle hint of baking, becoming complex, and even suggesting herbal undertones.

The taste continues the narrative of rich fruits such as quince, juicy apples, even mango, and… salty caramel. It is intriguing to discover and savor the gradually unfolding aftertaste.

The play of bubbles is delicate and moderate.

Excellent as an aperitif. Classic pairings include oysters, dishes with white fish, shrimp tartare. The wine will adorn a festive table, complementing caviar-topped canapés and light salads. An unexpected but interesting flavor combination is grilled Transcarpathian trout.

The recommended serving temperature is 6-10°C; however, enthusiasts are encouraged to try it slightly warmer to fully unfold the complexity of the wine, capturing all the aroma notes and experiencing the pleasant signature varietal bitterness.

  • Color - Golden

  • Grape variety - Chersegi

  • Age of vine - 2021

  • Aroma - notes of ripe quince, tropical fruits, mango, light hints of bread crust

  • Taste of wine - rich, tropical motifs, subtle bitterness, salty caramel

  • Alc. - 11.9%

  • Volume - 0.75 l

  • fruit


  • hard-cheeses

    Hard cheeses

  • seafood


  • white-fish-en

    White fish

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