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Tradition Meets Innovation

Alex Lagina
May 23, 2016 | Wines | Alex Lagina

Sezession - Our First Sparkling Wine Has Arrived

To every age its art, to every art its freedom

"Sezession" was the German name of an artistic movement in the late 1890s in which progressive artists separated from the traditional techniques of academic art at the time. It’s a fitting namesake for our Sezession Sparkling Gruner Veltliner: Made from Gruner Veltliner (not typically a sparkling wine grape,) bottled with a crown cap and estate bottled in Northern Michigan, the only thing traditional about it is the in-bottle fermentation.

The wine itself is approachable, with citrus aromas that give way to aromas of pear, freshly baked bread and orange pith. Aged on the lees for 10 months, this understated wine is a refreshing twist on just about all the hallmarks of the standard sparkling wine.

Be one of the first to try "Sezession" by visiting our product page and picking up a bottle for yourself. You can also join our Seasonal Wine Club or White Wine Club and get a bottle of “Sezession” this June with your shipment.


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