Canard Vineyard


Charles VII Smooth Rosé Champagne Blend

Yes to a previous comment of strawberries and cream. Clean and just the right kind of dry. Pleasure to drink. — 5 hours ago


Brut Rosé Champagne Blend

NV - nice fruit and bread dough nice mousse lingering fruit — 6 months ago

Josh, Eli and 7 others liked this

Canard Vineyard

Adam's Blend Red Blend 2014

Live this blend. — 9 months ago

Jim Hadley
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Paul, David and 5 others liked this

Canard Vineyard

Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 2016

Fantastic cab for the price. Dark fruit, baking spice — 4 months ago

Caroline Morey

Chassagne-Montrachet Chardonnay 2017

Superbe village de Caroline Morey. Le vin s’est présenté en 2 temps. Un vin un peu sur la retenue à l’ouverture, et il s’est mis à s’ouvrir complètement en mangeant un risotto au canard et champignons. Le match était parfait et à l’aveugle j’aurais été sur un premier cru ! — 8 months ago

Mario, Hanibal and 4 others liked this

Marc Hébrart

Blanc de Blancs Brut 1er Cru Champagne Chardonnay

NV | True to type champagne | paired with mousse de canard — a year ago

Chris, Sarah and 26 others liked this


Brut Champagne Blend

Lots of crisp apples, nice sniffy sniff — 4 months ago

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Grande Cuvée des Lys Charles VII Brut Blanc de Blancs Chardonnay

A pale gold hue leads to some nice effervescence and tons of small bubbles initially. A fine mousse and highly aromatic on the nose with an abundance of wet stone minerality and fresh pears. The fruit is ripe and expressive with citrus aromas being dominant with the more autolytic notes serving as backup. After some time and air, that nice yeast and floral aspects come to the fore in the form of delicate little white flowers.

100% Chardonnay with 7 g/l that only adds a little softness to the acidity of the champagne. With 30% of the blend coming from reserve wines there is a distinct elegance and refinement happening here. The fruit comes from Grand and Premier Crus from Avize and Cramant.

This is most certainly a pop and pour champagne, it’s ready to go. A silky mouthfeel with crisp acidity which leads to crisp fruit on the palate. Baked apple pie, brioche buns, and mandarin oranges shine. Decidedly lush and fun. Fruity, elegant, and versatile.
— 6 months ago

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Truly sounds lovely. Happy New Year!🍾🥂