Current Vintage: 2001 Blanc de Blancs
Elk Run made its first sparkling wine in 1991 and has been producing award-winning, critically acclaimed “méthode champenoise” wines ever since. Elk Run produces two different sparklers: a Blanc de Noir from its Pinot Noir and a Blanc de Blancs from its estate-grown Chardonnay. These wines are aged a minimum of four years in the bottle before being disgorged. This creates a wine with nice fruit, tart acidity and tiny bubbles that dance on the tongue. All these wines are made in a brut style. For those who wish a little more sweetness, we recommend a Kat Royal. Add a touch of our Sweet Katherine wine to the sparkling wine and sweeten to taste. A great answer at a party to meet anyone’s palate.
|2003||Bronze||2002||Maryland Governor's Cup|
|2002||Bronze||1998||Old Ebbitt Grill National Oyster Competition|