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. — 13 days ago
wine club 10.14.23 sparkling wine — a month ago
great standard champagne, not too expensive — 5 hours ago
Dank, deep rose with classic Austrian red - blaufrankisch, st. Laurent, Zweigelt - notes. Plenty to mull over and also heavy enough for roasted/grilled meats. — 2 months ago
Non-vintage but the ole number 25. Blending of the 2006, 2007 and 2008 vintages if the noodle is pulling its best Pepperidge Farm impersonation. Crispy nose. Light-medium Champagne body. Dances on the palate. Not a vintage product but, quite possibly, the best non-vintage product out there. With or without grub-wowzers. 10.22.23. — a month ago
Talk about over delivering. Drinking well above its price point and the designation. Medium intensity on the nose with green apples and flint initially. Citrus and floral aromas then come to the forefront after some time.
Well made with terrific balance and structure through and through. Nutty and citrusy with far more depth than you’re expecting for an entry level bottle. Expressive grapefruit and pears on the palate. Chalk, vanilla, and a smidgeon of butter complements. A really, really solid Chablis and an outstanding value.
— 15 days ago
Funky very orange and pungent — 2 months ago