Graham Beck makes some great values in sparkling wines in South Africa. This was the best one yet I have tasted. It is a blend of 77% Pinot Noir and 23% Chardonnay. The zero refers to the fact that no sugar is added to the wine to help a secondary fermentation. Copper/gold in color. The nose has some toast, and citrus/lemons. On the palate, this is very clean. Nice acidity. Lemony with underlying minerality. Long finish. This is drinking well now and should continue for another seven to ten years. It will go with just about any foods. And, it is a great value.
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