Reviewed many times before & a consistent £45 NV Pink winner 😍
🍷Copper tizer peachy pink
👃 Strawberry, peach, vanilla panna cotta, butter brioche, red apple & creamy biscuit
👄 Refreshing crisp mineral brioche in a strawberry & raspberry creamy mousse wi/ peach & red apple in med body with tart red berry in med acidity
🎯 Med sweet creamy vanilla strawberry & red apple dominated dry mineral finish — a day ago
Really satisfying glass of grower champagne, Rich and full on the pallet with a crisp finish. Great with our fried appetizers. — 9 days ago
Weekly Wednesday Wine Committee and this was a special treat as not only was Weston from Montagu Wines in attendance, but Jason Moore, owner and winemaker for Modus Operandi Wines out of Napa. Blind format as always. 1 sparkler, 3 whites, 4 reds and 1 dessert.
One of the more crisp sparklers I’ve had. Had the chalky minerality through and through, but after a while, it gained a bruised pear note aside from the typical Granny Smith apple tartness. This will age nicely. — 2 days ago
This is great stuff. Soft honey. A bit of brioche. Gentle floral notes then lovely resolved lemon acidity and a supple, soft length. A really gorgeous minerality. A really complete, perfectly mature, and delicious wine. From mag — 8 days ago
On the nose; macerated lemon & golden apple, just a whiff of apple cider, overripe pineapple, lemon custard, the citrus flesh in marmalade, lime pith with some flesh, sea spray, chalkiness, yeast, yellow lilies, citrus blooms and white spring flowers.
The body is full & rich. Acidity is sharpe & crisp. Macerated lemon & golden apple, just a whiff of apple cider, a little bit of sour green apple, overripe pineapple, lemon custard, the citrus flesh in marmalade, lime pith with some flesh, sea shells, chalkiness, round grey volcanic minerals, yeasty, doughy, bread, yellow lilies, citrus blooms and white spring flowers. The long finish is rich and is excellently executed.
Photos of; Dom Perignon-Moët & Chandon, the statue of the lengendary Dom Perignon who was given credit for inventing Champagne, but that’s just an Urban Legend, cellar shot of a large cask and aging Champagne bottles and one of their beautiful vineyards. @Delta Sky Lounge ATL — 10 days ago