Slightly cloudy, pale lemon green colour medium viscosity.
Medium - intensity, youthful, dry with honey suckle, pear, lemons, maybe a touch of peach.
Low tannins, medium + acid, low alcohol and light to medium body.
Medium - length, low to medium complexity. Honeysuckle, Unripe green apples, passionfruit and pineapples
Overall lovely bottle, easy to drink but the malic acid is just a bit overwhelming. Almost like eating jarheads. — 8 months ago
Vanilla & butterscotch nose. Strangely doesn’t follow through in the mouth. Thankfully. Nice minerality instead. — 10 months ago
2014 base. 2g dosage. 12/06/2017 disgorgment. Pale and light yellow. Aggressive bubbles. I find this wine incredibly hard to describe. Lemon in the nose. Pears and bitter orange peels in the mouth. Lots of chalk and minerality as expected. Even with the low dosage there’s so much sweetness in this champagne. Just lovely. — a year ago
Cherry red with a tinge or brown at the edges. Cedar wood, vanilla and some granite? in the nose. Cedar wood in the mouth as well. Nice zippy acidity. — a year ago
Pale gold colour. Juicy green apples in the nose. More ripe green apples initially in the mouth, moving to ripe pear sweetness. Lovely acidity in the finish. — a year ago
Getting back into writing tasting notes. Extremely rusty in expressing myself. Pale golden colour. Lemon, flowers in the nose. Lemon in the mouth again. Dry finish with a touch of acidity. A touch of oak in the finish? Loses its fizz very quickly in the glad. It’s alright, expected better. — a year ago