Toasty, nutty and the age made a huge difference. We enjoyed this wine on a special occasion (our wedding anniversary) with a selection of cheeses, cured meats and pate. It was fantastic. We followed it up with a Schramsburg Blanc de Blanc from 2011, and you could really tell the difference in terms of the age and maturity.
I love how these wines age. This sparkler is well balanced and the acidity has mellowed with age. This allows for a medium finish. The bubbles on this one where amazing tiny and profuse. Aroma was yeast, baked bread. Flavors where toasted almond, mild green apple. Enjoyed every bit.
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