Very Good fruity Shiraz. — 21 days ago
With congee village 🥡 — 16 days ago
This is really good, at my dad's from village corner — 18 days ago
Wow. Really great. Wonderful with lamb. Fruity, balanced with classic Rhône understory notes. (I don’t think this is a Cote de Rhône Village — listing may be wrong.) — 21 days ago
Outstanding village. Predominantly black cherries with a great salty afterburn. Maybe too good for a simple lunch. — 6 days ago
A great step up from a village Cotes-du-Rhône! Aging gracefully. Even better than the last time I tried it. — 13 days ago
This is pure romance in a glass. The gushy, sweet kind that makes you float on air.
A lovely orange pink robe with a plethora of fine, cascading bubbles initially. Innate creaminess and richness. The nose is a bit closed off to begin with but starts to truly shine with air. Sugared strawberries, peaches, and a touch of watermelon. Fresh herbs and pretty flowers. Tangelo and cherries. There’s a nice amount of citrus aromas.
Composed of 92% Chardonnay from the Grand Cru village of Chouilly, with 8% Pinot Noir from the Premier Cru village of Bisseuil. This is a Rosé that demands your attention and rewards you for it. Low dosage of 5 g/l. Firm but incredibly graceful, this is an incredibly sleek champagne. Nice acidity and terrific focus and balance. Everything in the right place.
The palate is fresh and inviting. A kiss on a beautiful Spring day. Very sensual on the tongue with more candied fruits and viscosity. Long finish with a touch of spice. Performed splendidly in the Lehmann glass. Amongst a sea of similar tasting rosé champagnes, this is one that definitely rises above. — 3 days ago