Refreshing, clean, really quite special — 12 days ago
Tannish gold with quickly dissipating white mousse and fine persistent bubbles. Abundant nose of baked apples, toasted brioche, and a hint of ash. Medium palate echoes the nose with firm, mouthwatering acidity. Lengthy, apple and quince finish. A great value from the second oldest Champagne house, the Heritage Cuvée Brut is an excellent companion for any fine meal, special celebration, or the meal you make a celebration. Drink it when you buy it. — 9 days ago
Pale straw with more than enough small bubbles. Medium intensity nose of tropical fruits and sweet honey. It’s a touch shy for quite a while but when it does blossom, it blossoms. White peaches and fresh lemons abound here.
35/35/30 CH/PN/PM with 3 g/l dosage so it has that refreshing bite. Six years on lees and disgorged in January of 2020 so there is some nice maturity here. Balance is the word. This is one of the most expertly balanced champagnes I’ve tasted. Everything in it’s proper place and finely tuned.
Plenty of complexity and finesse on the palate. Citrus flavors dominate all day long. Let this sit for an hour or two so it has time to evolve. It’s smooth, sleek, and more than a bit sexy. Really good today, much better a year from now. — 4 days ago