Larmandier-Bernier

Longitude 1er Cru Champagne Blend

9.228 ratings
9.26 pro ratings
Champagne, France
Champagne Blend
Squash & Root Vegetables, Meaty & Oily Fish, Shellfish, Crab & Lobster, Cake & Cream, Soft Cheese, Hard Cheese, Salads & Greens, Salami & Prosciutto, Pork, Fish, Chicken, Duck, Onion, Shallot, Garlic, Nuts & Seeds, Fruit & Berries, Beans & Peas, Exotic Spices, Turkey, Pungent Cheese, Shellfish, Oyster
Top Notes For
Gregory Fulchiero

Slight sherry sotolon quality noted - but mineral driven and complex. Extra brut level doseage works well.

Slight sherry sotolon quality noted - but mineral driven and complex. Extra brut level doseage works well.

Jun 17th, 2021
Charlie Evans

So mineral driven.

So mineral driven.

1 person found it helpfulNov 11th, 2016
Willie Carter

A pretty golden color in the glass. A good amount of tiny, persistent bubbles that just keep coming. The nose shines right out of the gate with those citrus aromas we all love. Toasted oak, biscuits, and chalk come to the party. You could seriously spend so much time just appreciating the nose on this.

Pure Chardonnay with a low 3 g/l dosage, this is pleasingly puckering. Wonderfully elegant yet approachable, this speaks to not just the terroir but the winemaker. You really get a clear sense of their intentions here. Full and rich with perfect balance, this is another of those rare NV champagnes that can compete with vintage bottles.

Refreshing acidity and nice structure that really elevates this. More of that chalk minerality on the palate alongside delicate white flowers and yeast. The fruit is pure and expressive with tart citrus notes. One of the best NV Bdb I’ve tasted, super impressive stuff.

A pretty golden color in the glass. A good amount of tiny, persistent bubbles that just keep coming. The nose shines right out of the gate with those citrus aromas we all love. Toasted oak, biscuits, and chalk come to the party. You could seriously spend so much time just appreciating the nose on this.

Pure Chardonnay with a low 3 g/l dosage, this is pleasingly puckering. Wonderfully elegant yet approachable, this speaks to not just the terroir but the winemaker. You really get a clear sense of their intentions here. Full and rich with perfect balance, this is another of those rare NV champagnes that can compete with vintage bottles.

Refreshing acidity and nice structure that really elevates this. More of that chalk minerality on the palate alongside delicate white flowers and yeast. The fruit is pure and expressive with tart citrus notes. One of the best NV Bdb I’ve tasted, super impressive stuff.

Mar 4th, 2021
Andrew Schirmer

Fave NV grower fizz. Great aromatics. Fresh bread, green apple, pear. 🎄🎄🎄

Fave NV grower fizz. Great aromatics. Fresh bread, green apple, pear. 🎄🎄🎄

Dec 25th, 2019
Romain Stamm

Pale lemon colour, green nose. Yeasty and toasty back palate. Superb length

Pale lemon colour, green nose. Yeasty and toasty back palate. Superb length

Oct 12th, 2019
Samvel Simonyants

18/VIII/2017
Вялый перляж. В аромате абсолютно доминирует свежеиспечённый белый/серый хлеб, к нему добавляются дробленый миндаль, морошка, тонкий дым. Достаточно полное тело, во вкусе сухие хлебные крошки, печёное яблоко. Не очень высокая кислотность, лёгкая сладость в послевкусии. Уникальное, пышное вино; на любителя. 16,5/20

18/VIII/2017
Вялый перляж. В аромате абсолютно доминирует свежеиспечённый белый/серый хлеб, к нему добавляются дробленый миндаль, морошка, тонкий дым. Достаточно полное тело, во вкусе сухие хлебные крошки, печёное яблоко. Не очень высокая кислотность, лёгкая сладость в послевкусии. Уникальное, пышное вино; на любителя. 16,5/20

Aug 20th, 2017
Andrew Schirmer

Pale gold, invigorating, refreshing, apple, pear, quince. Lean but creamy. Pinot Noir seems to be the primary component. Gorgeous with oysters. Start to Alsu's birthday dinner. It's a celebration, bitches!

Pale gold, invigorating, refreshing, apple, pear, quince. Lean but creamy. Pinot Noir seems to be the primary component. Gorgeous with oysters. Start to Alsu's birthday dinner. It's a celebration, bitches!

Feb 26th, 2017
Flavio Menezes

Ethereal, delicious.

Ethereal, delicious.

Jul 20th, 2016
Christian Alexander Møller Bach

👊💦💦💦

May 28th, 2016
web bond

web had this 2 years ago

web had this 2 years ago

Nov 27th, 2020