This wine needs to be open at least 30 minutes before consuming. Out of the bottle, it is completely unbalanced, with annoying sweetness. But after 30 minutes, it becomes a balanced dry wine tasting of cream and vanilla. Very good and different. — 2 days ago
A new style for me.
Nose: meaty, savory, saline…almost some onions. Bagels. Onion bagels??! Mexican food?!? Wow, the Mexican food images really sticks, now I keep smelling tacos…
Taste: heavy, peachy, grapey, sweet onions and herbs, white flowers, honeysuckle, vanilla…almond, apricot. Long finish. I don’t drink a lot of white wine, so my experience (and vocabulary) are both limited here…and I can’t decide if I love it or hate it- it is funky compared to what I am used to…but very complex, and clearly well made stuff. I’ll go 90! — 7 days ago
Nose: pepper, raspberry, cherry, light fragrant wood, orange peel, slight clove.
Taste: simple, but elegant and well made. Medium weight. Bitter olive, restrained tannins that linger and turn into green herbs (oregano? And others). Restrained sweet vanilla (almost like banana). The red fruit is in the background. This is good. 90.
— 20 days ago
Use to be my fav until having Mailly Grand Cru. It's an unfair comparison, as these two are very different champagnes. I enjoy Moet and appreciate the full flavor and sharp taste. However I'm not sure this will remain my go to. — 9 days ago
Popped and poured; no formal notes. A very pretty straw color with a persistent mousse. Lemon meringue, raspberries, almond croissant, and pink flowers. Powerful. The finish is rich and long. Particularly lovely with a little air and some food. These wines from Bérêche…wow. Disgorged 7/2019. — 16 days ago
Light gold with orange rim. Very expressive pinot character, concentrated but almost extracted. Good in its category — 20 hours ago