My favourite Cremant de Limoux from over 200 tasted at the Vinisud Trade Wine Fair earlier this year. Cremant de Limoux differs from Blanquette basically in the grapes used; in this case Pinot, Chardonnay and Chenin all from the 2015 vintage. It has been lees aged for 12 months and is maybe a fruitier style than the Blanquette. Why not get in a few bottles of both and do your own comparative tasting? The Rosier family is rightly proud of this gold medal winning cuvee..