Marcel Martin (Trader Joe's)

Louise d'Estree Brut

8.433 ratings
-no pro ratings
France
White Blend
Top Notes For
Jay Svoboda

One dimensional and dull (all mineral and no fruit). Get out your orange juice.

One dimensional and dull (all mineral and no fruit). Get out your orange juice.

1 person found it helpfulOct 21st, 2014
Becky Ruelas

Ok for mimosas.

Ok for mimosas.

May 30th, 2017
Rhy
9.1

Dry and crisp

Dry and crisp

Apr 2nd, 2017
Adelia Shiffraw

Most drinkable $7.99 champagne I've had.

Most drinkable $7.99 champagne I've had.

Jan 1st, 2017
Jude

Dry and effervescent. Green apples, lime, very slight hint of nuttiness.

Dry and effervescent. Green apples, lime, very slight hint of nuttiness.

Mar 14th, 2016
Rich Friedland

mmmimosa

mmmimosa

Feb 20th, 2016
Ted Corvey

Straight forward inexpensive sparkler. On the drier side with hints of light green fruit. Great pre-party apéritif.

Straight forward inexpensive sparkler. On the drier side with hints of light green fruit. Great pre-party apéritif.

Dec 23rd, 2015
Brian Reams

Trader joes

Trader joes

Feb 7th, 2015
Ben Powell

France. Really good brut. Not too dry or sweet. Good drinking flavor. TJ's.

France. Really good brut. Not too dry or sweet. Good drinking flavor. TJ's.

Jan 15th, 2015
Chris A

Warm up bubbly while cooking, OR as a champagne cocktail. Just because it comes from France doesn't mean it's a grand cry! Call it serviceable!

Warm up bubbly while cooking, OR as a champagne cocktail. Just because it comes from France doesn't mean it's a grand cry! Call it serviceable!

Dec 25th, 2014