Toast and citrus — a month 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. — 2 months ago
I tried this wine twice over past 2 years, a good wine but a bit pricey, as other Blanc de Noirs are just as good, maybe better at half the price. Pale lemon with aromas of stone and berry fruits and earthy spice, light mousse, good bubble flow. On the palate cherry and raspberry flavors with biscuit and baking spice notes. Medium+ finish, lively acidity ending with creamy yeasty tones. Tasting Sample. — a month ago
Bright, slightly rosy beige. Fine persistent bubbles and quickly dissipating white mousse. Abundant nose of Royal Anne cherry and ashy toast. Palate echoes the nose. Medium plus acidity (natch) with a moderately long dusty cherry finish. All of the complexity that a Blanc de Noirs should bring in a reasonably priced package. A great Champagne to enhance any meal or celebration. Drink it when you buy it, of course. — 9 months ago
This wine was a beautiful salmon hue. The bubbles were creamy and soft. The wine offered notes of raspberry, strawberry, lemon zest, white blossom, rose, wet stone, brioche, croissant, pie crust, biscuit, sourdough, and blanched almonds. A delicious Tête de Cuvée!
Louis XV, Champagne de Venoge, Brut Rosé, Vintage 2006, ABV 12%. — 5 months ago