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Brut Rosé Champagne Blend

David T

15 person Champagne tasting with friends.

We inserted what we all feeling is more or less the gold standard of n/v Rose’ to pair with duck and goat cheese on crostinis.
— 18 days ago

Paul, Shay and 16 others liked this

Moët & Chandon

Impérial Brut Champagne Blend

9 liter bottle from the 70’s — 13 days ago

Shay, Juan and 13 others liked this
Ron Siegel

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How was it? I have a 6 ltr from the early 80’s

Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin

Yellow Label Brut Champagne Blend

Last bottle at the grocery store. Happy Thanksgiving! — 15 days ago

Joe, Severn and 1 other liked this


Brut Tradition Grand Cru Champagne Blend

NV. Crispy with bracing acidity. Zen-like, singular purpose. Like a perfectly weighted kitchen knife. Not for the masses or a larger party. 11.9.23. — a month ago

Ron, Ira and 14 others liked this
Norman Gennaro

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@Norman Gennaro Really nice stuff but would be disappointing for the uninitiated or unprepared. Def not MOR (middle of the road).

Ulysse Collin

Les Maillons Extra Brut Blanc de Noirs Champagne Pinot Noir 2016

Yep, those are worms. Sago worms to be precise, and I never thought the day would arrive where I’d be pairing champagne with fried worms. But true to its reputation as the most democratic of wines, champagne and worms turned out to be a pretty wicked match.

Worm-wise, it was quite delicious deep-fried. These sago worms feed only on the pith of sago palm trees, so they come out plump, creamy, and pretty much funk-free. Earthy and slightly sweet, they kind of tasted like fried mushrooms, but with gooey texture.

As for the 16’ Les Maillons, it was truly a joy to drink. I would even be so bold to say that it was drinking at its peak. Concentrated and complex, yet so precise and energetic. Aromas of red apples, apricot, sea breeze, toasted almonds, white flowers, cream, and nutmeg. On the palate, it was textural and full-bodied. Not the most mineral champagne, but it was certainly racy and saline in the backend. Juicy red fruits, zingy lemon, creamy richness, and plenty of spices in the mouth. So delicious, and before we knew it, we bottomed out. A great success and easily one of the best champagnes this year.
— 12 days ago

Peter, Jan and 12 others liked this
Sharon B

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Mmm I don’t know about that! 😬


Adventurous I’ll give you that
Tom Casagrande

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Good for you to have the courage to try that! (Me? Nope.)


Cuvée Rosé Brut Champagne Pinot Noir

With New Years around the corner, grab something nice. Made with 100% Pinot Noir from 10 different "crus " (or villages), from the North & South areas of the Montagne de Reims, as well as the famous Cote de Bouzy. Deep salmon pink with full aromas of berry fruit and citrus mineral notes wrapped in a delicate fine mousse. On the palate flavors of raspberry and strawberry, bright acidity with spicy notes and orange zest. Long silky finish, ending with earthy yeasty mineral character. — 22 days ago

Daniel, Dawn and 13 others liked this


R.D. Extra Brut Champagne Blend 2007

Great example. — 19 days ago

Keith, Ira and 7 others liked this

Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin

La Grande Dame Brut Champagne Blend 1985

Very tasty. A touch oxidized in the nose but with air the citrus flavors really blossomed. A winner, plus love the old style bottle. — 6 days ago

Ira liked this

Dom Pérignon

Brut Champagne Blend

My first encounter with DP calls for more. 6/12-2023 [The Samuel, Hellerup] — 2 days ago

Jacques Selosse

Brut Rosé Champagne Blend

Shay A

Drinking at the source…Les Avises restaurant at Jacques Selosse. Home for the weekend at Hoteles Avises.

Bucket list wine for me and it lived up to the hype. I love the Selosse champagnes for their oxidative profile and was curious how a rosé would drink made in that same manner…just a hint of sherry in the glass before an absolute tidal wave of flavor and power. Dried apricot, plum, cranberry and orange marmalade out of the gate. There is a sweet/savory roller coaster showing red flowers and shortbread before a pink sea salt and truffle spice arrives. Texturally, it’s commanding but so cerbreal. If you enjoy Egly Ouriet’s rosé, imagine more depth and complexity and you’ve got it. Stunning rosé and the best rosé champagne I’ve had.
— a month ago

Joe, Tom and 29 others liked this
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Ron R

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👀 Nice one, bud!!!
David T

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Have fun out there.