Had this Champagne at Christmas and at New Years, and really enjoyed it both times. This is not the driest of Champagnes by any means. There is round, full fruit throughout. It went extremely well with the broiled lobster tail and the caviar. For the price, I will come back to this wine again and again.
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(NV Gosset Brut Excellence) Current release. Rather steely character, lemon and herb aromas, rather tight and firm. The palate is attractively clean and well defined, with bright lemon citrus fruit packed in by good acidity. It is very tightly composed and has some fine potential I think.
(NV Gosset Brut Excellence) Current release. Attractive, refined, subtle and elegant. Minerally and smoky on the nose, just a trace of sulphur, again not a problem here. Full style, a good balance of fruit and a gentle structure. Just lacks a little midpalate impact, but now I think I am being picky. Altogether, a nicely style wine.
(NV Gosset Brut Excellence) Chardonnay 42%, Pinot Noir 46%, Pinot Meunier 12%. Base vintage is the 2000. Current release. Elegant, white fruit. Touch of honeycomb. Fresh, leafy herbal style, but with body and decent texture. A little rich. Very good for a basic non-vintage cuvée.
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