David at the Fat Canary, merci’ — 3 months ago
This is a delicious Vintage Rosé Champagne from a great vintage.
Showing lots of bread and yeast notes, citrus, over ripen apples, spices, minerals, white pepper, sea salt, light earth and herbs.
Medium bodied with medium plus acidity, and nicely integrated small bubbles. Just the way I prefer it.
This 15 year old is very tasty now. Nicely balanced with lots of complexity.
Thank you John for sharing this with me.
Good by itself or with food. I didn't need anything but a nice glass with it.
12% alcohol by volume.
93 points. — 2 months ago
The right way saying goodbye to a friend ❤ — 20 days ago
Wasn’t expecting to like English sparkling nearly as much as I’m enjoying this bottle. A truly bizarre combination of ripe fruit and racy acidity (higher than the average for champagne) that can only come from somewhere this far north > 50 degrees latitude (long growing season + long days during growing season). Lemon curd, green apple danish, even notes of pear and passion fruit. Bond may have to trade out his Bollinger for this. — 2 months ago