Bzart Session Triple 2013 is a natural, Belgian sparkling quality beverage based on ”Bersalis Kadet”. The “Méthode Traditionnelle” is applied on this Bersalis Kadet during thirteen moons. This means that after adding sugar and a sparkling wine yeast, the “liqueur de tirage”, this Bersalis Kadet is re-fermented. Carbon dioxide develops and is locked in the bottle which causes the Bersalis Kadet to become effervescent. Other intrinsical steps, such as the “remuage” (riddling) and the “dégorgement” (disgorging) follow, which eventually lead to a sparkling, refined beverage.
It is typical for Bzart Session Triple 2013 that no “liqueur d’expédition” (shipment liquor) is applied before adding the cork.
The maturation periods are expressed in “moons” instead of months, and this refers to the Celtic calendar used by our ancestors which was based on the moon cycle that has 28 days. 26 moons of that moon calendar correspond with 24 months of our current sun calendar. The producer of Bzart Session Triple 2013 wants to place a link with his objective of “back to the source” using the word “moons”. By doing this he wants to indicate that a very tasty kitchen can be created with simple dishes in combination
with natural beverages.
Alcohol content: 6.3%