I can’t lie, the aesthetics do please me. A gorgeous medium salmon color with plenty of tiny bubbles. The nose is quite delightful with the customary red berries upfront. A bit of candied nuts and spice compliment. Citrus aromas are just lovely here along with green apples and pretty flowers.
Elegant and focused with laser like precision. Pure Pinot Noir with character and drama for days. Medium bodied but very light on its feet, as graceful as a ballerina. Smooth acidity that still manages to thrill. The fruit is always at the forefront but never threatens to become unbalanced. Splendid.
Exhilarating in the mouth. The strawberries and raspberries are delicious with a hint of cinnamon and spice. Orange peel and a touch of lemon. A terrific rosé champagne, especially for special occasions. — 2 months ago
I don’t know this house. They make Cordon Bleu—brut, extra brut, rosé, also a higher level called Princes, and their grand marque is Louis XV, also making a high end Vinotèque from older stock. House was founded in 1837 in Epernay. This is the only one I’ve had, a Cordon Bleu brut. And w 20 years on it, it’s pretty good juice. — a year ago
Toasting to moving into my new home today! It’s not my fav champagne but I’m happy to try something new as I mark a new chapter in my life. — 4 months ago
Contender to best champagne I have ever had. Period… or maybe I haven’t tasted enough? On Avenue de Champagne. 15/7-2022 — a year ago
Simply sublime. One the best champagnes we’ve ever had. Fitting bottle for Molly’s graduation celebration from the Paris College of Art as we Zoomed dinner together, each with a bottle. — 3 years ago