2012 good year — a month ago
Amazing wine Andrew & I drank ay restaurant on the water in vegas. Super light & great with dinner. — 7 months ago
¡Ay, Dios mío! — 9 months ago
Absolutely wonderful. Hautvillers is the birth place of the monk Dom Pierre Pérignon, who was one of the most influential people involved in the upbringing of Champagne, in the late 1600's up til his death in 1715. It is no surprise that even part of the make up of Dom Pérignon includes high quality Pinot Noir and Chardonnay from Hautvillers, as well as many other grand cru and premiere cru sites such as Ay, Bouzy, and Mailly.
Vintage 2011 - aromatic and citrus nose, with tufts of brioche dough - lively bubbles, pear, quince, vanilla cream puff, and a creamy pallet - spark of acidity mid palate, but not angular, helping give more dimension to the wine. Super enjoyable champagne. — a year ago
Ay Dios mío — a month ago
80% PN - 20% chardonnay from Ay - Deep golden hue, tart apple, floral, honey and the depth and longevity from the PN and 3 years sur lattes. Great wine, great producer! — 7 months ago
Heavenly! Fresh earth, vanilla bean, allspice, cinnamon, and a hint of dried cherry. Light tannins, and notes of blueberry ay the end. — 9 months ago