New product in this range
From each flute of sparkling wine, no fewer than a million bubbles are set free!
The harmonious organisation of this whirlwind of bubbles in the glass is extremely stimulating to the senses when tasting: to the ear, but also and above all to the eye.
The aesthetics of the effervescence is a decisive criterion for consumers who aspire to fine, elegant and persistent bubbles regularly supplying a generous and stable rim to form a harmonious foam.
MANNOSPARK® is a formulation based on mannoproteins, resulting from a research programme launched by LAFFORT® in 2014, in collaboration with the University of Reims, to improve bubble size and the thickness and stability of the rim.
High-quality sparkling wines are the shining result of a series of controlled and specific demanding steps, each of which can be optimised to achieve the best final product. The market for sparkling wines is booming and, just like for their non-sparkling cousins, new trends are emerging. A whole new trend for wines with a stronger, more individual character has hit the market.
For each step of the process, LAFFORT® has a specially adapted product in our LAFFORT® SPARK range for either traditional or contemporary sparkling wines. LAFFORT® brought together a team of sparkling wine experts to help develop these specific products and provide technical support for the various different markets. Please feel free to get in touch.
François BOTTON: email@example.com
For more detailed information about the routes available for successful winemaking, go to the LAFFORT & YOU Section.
Certified organic yeast according to organic production methods specified by European regulations 834/2007 and 889/2008 and in accordance with American regulations (NOP) for organic production. Terroir selection. Grape varieties: All wines.
Yeast for the production of clean and aromatic white and rosé wines with a high aromatic intensity (thiol-type varietal aromas, fermentation aromas). Breeding selection. Grape varieties: Riesling, Sauvignon, Colombard, Rolle, Manseng. Other red varieties for rosé wines.