Maine Wild Blueberry Sparkling Wine

Thoreau called wild blueberries “bluets” and wrote of their “innocent ambrosial taste, as if made of the ether itself”. Bluet wild blueberry sparkling wine captures summer in Maine with the purity of a single ingredient: native Maine wild blueberries. Bluet Méthode Champenoise and Bluet Charmat Method are bubbly, dry wines with bright natural acidity and may be enjoyed as an apéritif, mixed in a cocktail, or served with food.

Bluet 4pk Cans
The 4pk of cans are no-carb, zero sugar wine made from 100% wild Maine blueberries, each can contains 1 pint of berries. Notes of violets, roses, and yes, blueberries. It’s dry, bright, and a bit savory.

Bluet Charmat
The 750ml is a Prosecco-style made using the Charmat method. It's dry (not sweet) with two pounds of blueberries in every bottle. Bluet is crisp, effervescent, and low alcohol (7%). Serve chilled as an aperitif, cocktail, or paired with a meal. Bluet is versatile and deliciously pure.

See below for an interview with winemaker Michael Terrien from Yankee Magazine and for the positive press they've received.

6 Responses

  1. My wife and I just watched a clip about your Bluet wine! We live in North Dallas, Texas and would love to sample this wine! Is there a Distributer here somewhere?

    1. Hi! We are a wholesale distributor in Vermont. If you are looking for a distributor in your state I would contact the winery directly. They have an email and phone number on their contact page

    1. Hi Cheryl,
      If you are local (here in Vermont) you can contact your favorite retailer and ask them to order this for you. If you live out of state, I recommend reaching out directly to the winery

  2. Hi, I live in South Burlington Vermont. Is there a store or website in where I can purchase the Bluet wine?
    Thank you

    Paul Brana
    10Pinnacle dr
    South Burlington

    1. Hi Paul – your favorite retailer can easily order these wines from us for you. Who do you usually buy wine from?

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