Charmat is the name of Flint Vineyard’s first sparkling wine, named after French inventor Eugene Charmat, who patented the tanks that allow the production of Prosecco. The Charmat method, as it’s known, involves a secondary fermentation period in a tank rather than a bottle, the latter being the traditional method used to make Champagne.
The label design is a side-step from the branding of their still wine. It retains their symbolic overlaid rings, this time on a black background with sparkling gold highlights.
Read more about the technique here, with some glowing words of praise from Matthew Dukes.
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