You may have heard some talk about this type of sparkling wine recently. Its’ pretty much a rehash of how sparkling wines were first made in past centuries. Made from chardonnay the wine is bottled before fermentation is finished with the remaining ferment taking place in the bottle. This method can be quite unpredictable and the wine can vary from bottle to bottle. The colour can be slightly different and there may be some cloudiness due to traces of sediment left after fermentation. The wine has no added preservatives as the CO2 bubbles keep the wine fresh. It is very fresh, crisp and dry. Being a natural wine it is not for cellaring and should be drunk while it is still young.