Opened a few fun bottles to celebrate my birthday this past weekend. Cheers to 31!
I enjoyed a bottle a few weeks back, so notes are the same. A battle between chalk, limestone and stone fruits with toast, nougat and marzipan. I call this an oxidative style champagne. Very creamy and rich mousse. Honestly, I think this is best enjoyed in the near future. Extremely good now. — 10 days ago
Does not disappoint. Clean, fresh and sparkling! — a month ago
Dry complex rose champagne — 2 months ago
To kick of Eastern!
Happy Eastern everybody! — 3 days ago
Nice smell, looks like a Bollinger. A bit aged , better a couple of years ago.
However great product! — 24 days ago
In the name of science, a few champagnes/sparkling wines were sampled today in an effort to help a friend for comparative research reasons. Hard way to spend a Monday...
Total surprise and up there for my favorite of the day. I know nothing of this producer, so I’m not sure if my notes are due to it being vintage, but this was like a cross of the Vilmart & the Bollinger. It took the best traits of each and combined them...the ripe and sharp acidity green Apple and pear from the Vilmart with the toasted oak/sweet nougat & ginger from the Bollinger. Wonderful. Thanks @Jeff Meyer — 2 months ago