This isn’t complex, but something about its sweet, sunny fruit and gentle precision feels properly Californian. The texture is soft and polished, lasting on a clean chamomile scent that will keep you coming back for more.
Pinot Noir-based, this is light-pink in color and full of rich round flavors of strawberry and peach. Likably lush and moderate in acidity, it is dry with vanilla undertones that boost the fruit. (VB)
More fruity than yeasty and arguably a bit simple when compared to its more explicitly autolyzed cousins but still showing the slightly toasty, signature trim of careful champenization, this bottling suggests cherries at one moment and a touch of grapefruit the next, all within a fairly full and nicely rounded frame. Although comfortably balanced and never heavy, it conveys enough fruity weight to at least hint at Rosé, and, even though a tasty quaff on its own, it will drink famously with a fairly wide range of foods and should shine with not-too-sweet Asian fare. *Good Value*
The NV Blanc de Noirs is very, very blush-pink in color and scented of spiced apples, white peaches and lightly browned toast with hints of honeysuckle and white pepper. The palate has a good intensity of apple and toast-inspired flavors with appealing freshness and persistent fizz. (LPB)
Floral strawberry and watermelon aromas lead to creamy and festive flavors that linger with a sweet note. (TF)
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