Vilmart & Cie

Vilmart & Cie

Cœur de Cuvée Rilly-la-Montagne 1er Cru Brut Champagne Blend 2008

Young still. Lemon and steel. Rounded and lush with sweet edges. A long time ahead with this and not showing its structure yet but delicious. — 2 days ago

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Vilmart & Cie

Coeur de Cuvée 1er Cru Champagne Blend 2001

Vibrant golden yellow color

👃Apples:very ripe and bruised as well.
Biscuit, butter, lanolin, honey, & florals. Bold & elegant

👅Quite vinous champagne. Enough substance, backbone, & flavor to deliver a great drink. Fruit from start to the long finish: Apples, lemon, orange liquer, & pastry

Great with an aged gouda and a robusto 🧀

Solid performer at 22 years from a champagne vintage without laurels. Bravo! 🥂🍾

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— 4 months ago

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Grand Cellier 1er Cru Champagne Blend

Merry Christmas! 😍

Feb 22 disg
— 2 months ago

Severn, David and 6 others liked this

Vilmart & Cie

Emotion Brut Champagne Pinot Noir - Chardonnay Rosé Blend 2012

Emotion unveils orange oil, red berries, bruised red apple, barberry, almonds, wet mouldy cellar and sausage roll (sic!). A bit disturbing and tempting at the same time. Pointy, oily and racy. Nice chalky finish.

Disgorged in May 2018
60 months on lees

Tasted on 2023-07-06
— 7 months ago

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Grand Cellier 1er Cru Brut Champagne Blend

Delectable Wine
9.2

The NV Brut Grand Cellier is bright, effusive and wonderfully charming. White flowers, chalk, mint and lemon confit give this mid-weight, nervy Champagne tons of energy. All the elements are so nicely put together. I especially like the energy and crystalline purity here. There are a lot of terrific wines in this range, but the Grand Cellier is quintessentially Vilmart. This release is based on 2019, with the addition of reserve wines from 2018. Dosage is 7 grams per liter. Disgorged: May 2022. (Antonio Galloni, Vinous, May 2023) — 9 months ago

Vilmart & Cie

Grande Réserve Brut Champagne Blend

David T
9.1

A glass before dinner. Really fell in love with this producer during my visit in October 22. I like the style of their cuvées and their neutral wood use. They are a producer that ferments in wood more than most.

The nose shows; overripe pineapple, very ripe yellow peach, Bosc pear, mix of red & green apple, white citrus blend, touch of apple cider, brioche, bread dough, saline, sea fossils, withering yellow lilies and spring flower bouquet.

Nice mouth entry, juicy and round. very ripe yellow peach, overripe, juicy yellow peach, nectarines, ripe Bosc pear, mix of red & green apple, white citrus blend-white & pink grapefruit dominant, touch of apple cider, some marmalade, honey notes, brioche, bread dough, vanilln & caramel hues, baguette crust, saline, sea fossils, understated, soft chalkiness that presses the palate on the long set, soft raw ginger, white pepper, withering yellow lilies and spring flower bouquet, round rainfall acidity, nicely, structured, well tensioned, balanced & elegant finish that lasts a full minute.

Perfect w/ Almond Tart finishing.

Photos of; the gate into Vilmart, one of the many stained glass pieces made by the owner in their tasting area, their barrel room and house’s exterior.
— a month ago

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Nana Vins et Cie

Chapelle Patapon Pineau d’Aunis 2016

Assumed this would be over the hill at this point but it was in a perfect spot of harmony. A pleasant surprise! — 3 months ago

Maison Dolin & Cie

Génépy Des Alpes Liqueur

Andrew Holod
9.2

Missing green Chartreuse? This is probably your best alternative. It does show a bit more citrus and vanilla as opposed to savory/mountain herbs. — 8 months ago

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