Flinty at first, this yields scents of orange blossoms and jasmine. It's a rich and robust Champagne, balanced by firm minerality. For sea bass roasted with chanterelles.
Tense and crisp, this is a balanced food-friendly Champagne. It is dry, and its apple- and citrus-like acidity has rounded out with some bottle age. The acidity cuts right through to give the wine a great lift of freshness on the finish. (RV)
The NV Brut Excellence is a pretty, expressive wine that makes a good introduction to the house style. Clean veins of minerality support the fruit in this mid-weight, attractive wine. Pears, flowers and sweet spices are nicely layered into the finish. This is Lot # L0418110. (AG)
(45% Pinot Noir, 36% Pinot Noir and 19% Pinot Meunier; 11 g/l dosage; L351 1114): Light gold. Ripe pear and white peach aromas are lifted by a gingery element, with a subtle floral nuance emerging with air. Fleshy and broad on the palate, offering plump pit fruit and melon flavors and a bitter kick of orange pith on the back half. That dosage is showing itself. Closes smooth and gently spicy, with good fruity persistence. (JR)
Smoke and forest floor notes are pronounced in this lively Champagne, with accents of crunchy nectarine, toasted almond, honey and lemon curd and firm acidity. Drink now. Tasted twice, with consistent notes. 30,000 cases made. (AN, Web-2015)
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By: Mark Gibson 5/15/2013
For the money, this is my new favorite Champagne. Beautiful cracked yeast pears and brioche nose, lively fine bead, lovely mousse and firm, dry palate - complex and really delivers a memorable experience.<br>If you haven't tried this, give it a go, you'll end up buying a 6 pack.
Drink from 2013 to 2018
By: MartinD of ENOFYLZ Wine Blog 5/25/2011
Brilliant pale gold, with a persistent bead of tiny bubbles surrounded by a constellation of pinpoint bubbles. Aromas of Fuji apple, brioche, and a bit of licorice. Soft creamy mousse. Medium-bodied, fruity yet complex. Balanced with nice acidity. On the palate, tart apple and peach at first followed by sweetened lemon zest, and spice on the back end. Medium long finish. Wonderful Champagne. Good value for Champagne.<br><br>http://enofylz.wordpress.com/
Drink from 2010 to 2015