The wine with the pizza in the post below this one was Roederer Estate Brut, Special Cuvee from California's Anderson Valley. The wine is blend of pinot noir and chardonnay. It is tart and refreshing, a little bit yeasty, prickly with bubbles and finishes dry and refreshing. The finish is long. The yeastiness appealed to me the most. It's not nearly as strong as champagne with the yeast, but it is there and recognizable.
I resealed the wine after drinking two thirds of the bottle and finished it later that evening with some freshly popped popcorn with black truffle salt and butter. Amazing combination.
Roederer Estate Brut, special Cuvee. $21 and 12% alcohol.