Very light colour. On the nose a proper wack of pinot character -tinned strawberries with a touch of leather. Sweet fruit on the palate, great for the price but if I was being fussy slightly lacking depth. Proper pinot tho. — 11 days ago
Amazing Champagne. Light copper colored with very fine bubbles. Complex and bursting with flavor. Tart green apple, brioche, lemon zest and mineralogy. Perfect New Year’s Eve bubbles. — 6 days ago
The lightly toasty nose has nice mix of ripe stone fruits and fresh citrus with touch of tropical fruits. Medium body with excellent viscosity. Gentle acidity.
Nice Napa Chard for a nice beach day. — 5 days ago
A delicate copper color with a more than adequate amount of minuscule bubbles. It’s very lively with the creaminess coming later. The nose is subdued at first showing red cherries and yeast but after around half an hour you’ll start to get fresh roses and tangerine. Composed of Grand Cru grapes from Verzenay, the blend is 65/35 PN/CH with 15% of the Pinot coming from still wine.
The longer you spend with this sexy minx of a champagne, the more you’ll fall in love. Still displaying those strong Pinot characteristics hours later, it has settled into a state of approachable elegance. That’s what using up to 60% reserve wines will do for you. A multitude of red berries and tasty pastries absolutely sing. Exquisite minerality runs throughout. A long finish with more citrus and acid. Comparing this to other, larger Champagne houses does a disservice because this easily blows them away. — 12 hours ago
Drank on beach from bottle at sunset with Frangipani — 10 days ago
Citrus, floral hint of grass. Great acidity. Definitely a beach club wine. Very clean and crisp. — 14 days ago