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Gruet Brut

Methode Champenoise | 750 ml.


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Only $15.29 when you buy a solid or mixed case

Where it's produced

United States

What's in the Bottle

75% Chardonnay, 25% Pinot Noir

Product Details

Sparkling Wine
750 ml.
Item #:
12 bottles

Gruet Brut | Methode Champenoise  NV / 750 ml.

Ratings Key:

  • SP Wine Spectator
  • WE Wine Enthusiast
  • VN Vinous
  • RP Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate
  • ST Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar
  • OT Other Review Service
  • Gold Premier Gold - Best Value*
  • Plat Premier Platinum - Our Highest Recommendation
  • * as rated by our staff

Published Reviews

89 pts. : Nov/Dec 2009

Light straw color and loads of carbonation; Granny Smith apples and pears on the nose continue into the flavor, joined by grapefruit and pineapple; great palate cleanser to go with fatty dishes.

89 pts. : Sep/Oct 2005

Lemony, frothy, and crisp with a nice touch of yeastiness; hints of toast and apple in the nose with surprising strands of fine tiny bubbles, creamy mousse and a clean fine finish; this medium-bodied sparkler from New Mexico is an excellent value.

88 pts.: December 1, 2001

Lime, green herb earth and burnt-matchstick aromas open to a toasty, nutty palate with pear, gingersnap and cracker flavors. Medium-weight, with a steady bead and soft mousse. Finishes long, with a citrus-mineral tang. This is complex, tasty bubbly from an unusual address.

88 pts. : April 1, 2001

Full yellow hue. Ripe peach skin aromas have a nice yeasty accent. Pin-point bubbles and intensely zesty fruit flavors play out on a medium-bodied palate with a creamy, tart fruit finish. Well-made and refreshing.

87 pts.: Web only – 2011

Light and vibrant, offering creamy pear and tropical fruit aromas, with notes of white chocolate and anise. Drink now.

86 pts. : Nov/Dec 2006

French in origin, this cuvee is now planted and harvested in the warm days and cool nights of New Mexico; the pinot noir is intense and full; a nicely balanced sparkler that works well as an aperitif or with foods.

: April 1, 2008

New Mexico’s Gruet family has been making this crisp, toasty sparkling wine since 1987.

: September 1, 2004

This sparkling wine from New Mexico has the right mix of richness and verve to partner with everything from spicy Asian food to fried chicken.

: December, 2008

Bright aromas and flavors of pear and orange blossom; rich on the palate with an extended finish. Vichyssoise.

: June, 2001

Apple and canned peach aromas, with a lemon cream topknot. Flavors similar to nose, with mouthwatering acidity. Great value. Lemon sole.