Philipponnat

Clos des Goisses Champagne Blend

9.491 ratings
9.542 pro ratings
Champagne, France
Champagne Blend
Top Notes For
Conrad Green

Lovely deep honeyed fruit with lots of secondary depth. Bread, dried apricot, lemon confit. Well developed with freshness still, depth and length.

Lovely deep honeyed fruit with lots of secondary depth. Bread, dried apricot, lemon confit. Well developed with freshness still, depth and length.

Jul 5th, 2019
Conrad Green

Disgorged in 2016. Wonderfully zesty and punchy. Bright lemon and slate. Lovely depth.

Disgorged in 2016. Wonderfully zesty and punchy. Bright lemon and slate. Lovely depth.

Aug 30th, 2018
Rick Baumgarten

Single, hillside vineyard. 2/3 Pinot Noir, 1/3 Chardonnay. Abundant flavors of orchard and pit fruits with a hint of vanilla. Heady stuff.

Single, hillside vineyard. 2/3 Pinot Noir, 1/3 Chardonnay. Abundant flavors of orchard and pit fruits with a hint of vanilla. Heady stuff.

Dec 7th, 2016
Rick Baumgarten

One of the faves of 25 at our BYO tasting and grazing.

One of the faves of 25 at our BYO tasting and grazing.

Dec 18th, 2015
Beau Carufel

Winemaker/Owner Random Wine Company

9.4

On point with the balance of rich brioche and honey tempered by citrus and minerality.

On point with the balance of rich brioche and honey tempered by citrus and minerality.

Nov 29th, 2015
Charles Antin

Senior Wine Specialist/Auctioneer Zachys

9.2

Acid and tightness. A baby.

Acid and tightness. A baby.

Sep 18th, 2015
Steve Pollack

Disgorged October 2011

Disgorged October 2011

Jan 15th, 2015
Aaron Dornstreich

Showing some width on the palate but still with laser minerals.

Showing some width on the palate but still with laser minerals.

Oct 22nd, 2014
Andy Wedge

New year's Champagne!!!

New year's Champagne!!!

Jan 1st, 2013
Larry Frierson

A special late disgorged bottling. It’s sea breeze from start to finish. The salinity is backed by fruit and dough based richness. A few more years are still there. Why risk it? Drink up!!

A special late disgorged bottling. It’s sea breeze from start to finish. The salinity is backed by fruit and dough based richness. A few more years are still there. Why risk it? Drink up!!

Jul 7th, 2020