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Light golden in color, with vibrant aromas and flavors of baked apple, white cherry and lemon meringue, Faire la Fête—meaning to create a party— encourages the celebration of lives explored with sense of discovery, simplicity, appreciation and zeal. 

Faire la Fête is a Méthode Traditionelle Brut Sparkling wine from the southern French town of Limoux. It was here in Limoux, during the mid-16th Century that the traditional method was invented for producing quality sparkling wine by allowing the secondary fermentation to take place in the bottle. Pre-dating Champagne, Limoux is the “birthplace of bubbles.”

Known as a Crémant de Limoux, Faire la Fête is made exclusively from hand-harvested and whole-cluster pressed Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Chenin Blanc. The wine spends 12-months on its lees before being disgorged, creating an incredibly sophisticated sparkling wine that also has approachable and delicious aromatics and flavors.

Faire la Fête pays homage to Limoux, where for over 400 years the longest running Carnival has taken place in celebration of the transformation to spring and the beauty of sparkling wine. Each year, celebrants gather from the 42-villages within the Limoux appellation to eat, sing, and drink sparkling wine in the world’s most glorious party, or Fête. 

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About Faire la Fête

A small gathering of neighbors, a celebratory night with friends, an impromptu picnic. With cool, sparkling elegance, Faire la Fête invites celebrants to embrace the ordinary and elevate the everyday.  Faire la Fête takes its cue from the village of Limoux – “the birthplace of bubbles”  – where the world’s longest running annual carnival celebration allows revelers to dance, sing, celebrate and enjoy an endless flow of sparkling wine.  


Harvesting and transporting the grapes in small quantities preserves the quality of the fruit and limits oxidization, and modern equipment is used to gently whole-cluster press the grapes for optimal juice extraction. The care given to these small-scale practices, combined with sustainable growing practices, state-of-the-art equipment and time-tested methode traditionelle techniques makes for unrivaled quality you can taste in every glass.