Fantastic bottle of champagne that everyone enjoyed. Has a slight savoury twang but isn’t overly dry. We drank this on NYE and it was the perfect start to the party! I would certainly buy again. — 5 months ago
I’ve avoided this Rosé Champagne from Veuve Clicquot like the plague. However, time to try it.
It’s classic Rosé style but, light all the way around. It’s quaffable but, at this price point, I’m not giving up my BSR, Ruinart, Drappier etc.. There simply is no wow factor here. For me, all of their cuvées just don’t deliver the quality like other producers in and around their price points.
However, they have a beautiful property and amazing caves. — 5 months ago
Pale lemon, medium intensity developed aromas of baked apple, lemon, brioche, toast, yeast and wet stone.. Dry, high acidity, medium alcohol, medium body, creamy mousse with flavors of apple, wet stone, pastry. Long finish, very good quality. Drink now, it's ready to go. Lovely mefium weight and a very dependable house. — 2 months ago
I generally like South African Syrah as I do this one but it could have come from anywhere in the west. Soft and smooth with M intensity. This description generally applies to most airline wines which tend to be chosen to be easy to like, not to offend and tend to be middle of the road. For the amount that the charge for Business Class Airfares it is not good enough to be serving wines which cost sometimes as little as $25 as Qantas does. They should all be in the $80 to $100 range. An exception tends to be Champagne - the Drappier Rose on Qatar was very good. — 7 months ago
Plump and sappy. — 3 months ago
Happy NYE! White peach and lots of baked apple. Awesome. — 5 months ago
Nice and crisp — a year ago