2018 production. — a month ago
The nose displays a nice mix of peach, lime, strawberry, sourdough, and light chalk. Delicate fine mousses. High acidity but with a round edge. Shows a lot more Chard characters once the mousses are settled. Clean crisp finish.
This one was recommended over other more expensive vintage English bottling. Very happy with the choice.
— 2 years ago
Pineapple and peaches. Very enjoyable. Dom’s birthday. — 4 years ago
Frothy mousse, pale gold. Dry with 8g/litre. Young and still quite primary with a slightly sharp citrusy palate with heightened minerality. Very pleasant, will be interested to follow the evolution. FYI crazy tight cork that needed cork screw to release. — 3 years ago
Errr, well, classic champagne, I’ve missed you. I didn’t realize you’d moved north. — 5 months ago
50% Pinot Noir 30% Chardonnay 19% Pinot Meunière and interestingly 1 % Pinot Gris. Extremely fine mousse. On the nose and palate Citrus and Granny Smith apple - very refreshing. Chalky soils. Many tasters would pick this as French in a blind tasting. The trouble is by the time this gets to Australia the price is similar to an average NV Champagne so to the average buyer the Champagne is the safe bet but make no mistake these are first class Sparklers. — 7 months ago
Nice base for a summer drink. — 3 years ago