ATL offline at Cooks and Soldiers. Light yellow color. Yeast, fresh baked bread, almonds on nose, medium body, richer than the Briceland, excellent balance/acidity, medium-long finish. Excellent-outstanding.
Nose is exuberant with plenty of yeast, brioche, red apples, chalk, a little gunpowder, roasted coffee beans, more apples and a bit of tropical fruits. Really good depth and complexity. This is far from the generic, boring citrus and grapefruit Champagnes!
High acidity with a slight tartness. Medium+ bodied, medium+ intensity and a long, very dry finish.
Will probably stay around for a couple of years, and even though the nose is pretty much perfect now, there is some edges left on the palate.
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