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Community Tasting Notes (15) Avg Score: 92.6 points

  • Very food friendly Champagne. Could be the best I drunk so far.

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  • Aromas of citrus, apple, bread, chalk and minerals. Nice fine mousse. Medium acidity. Palette matches the aromas. Medium finish.

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    Color & intensity: medium lemon

    Intensity: medium (+)
    Aromas: smoke, red apple, forest strawberry, bread dough, lemon, wet stones, hint of flint
    Development: developing

    Sweetness: dry
    Acidity: medium (+)
    Alcohol: medium
    Body: medium
    Mousse: delicate
    Intensity: medium (+)
    Flavors: strawberry, red apple, bread dough, smoke, lemon, lemon zest, chalk
    Finish: long

    Quality level: very good
    Potential for ageing: can drink now, but has potential for further ageing

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  • A gift from Sarah. Nicely dry. Crisp and clean. Apple notes.

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  • Lunch at Burlamacco with Davyd. BYO bottle. Tasted blind. Drank in Gabriel Standart.
    Appearance is clear, pale intensity, lemon colour. Thin legs. Fine bubbles.
    Nose is clean, medium+ intensity, with aromas of citrus lemon drops, green limes, steely minerality, chalk, wet saline stones and then more briney sea salt with more air. Developing.
    On the palate, dry, zippy high acidity, medium- alcohol (12%), medium body. Medium+ flavour intensity, with flavours of citrus lemon drops, green limes, green apples, steely minerality, wet stones, white chalk, and then briney sea salt with more air. Long finish.
    Very good quality. Lots of cut and precision here, with good fruit substance and minerality in tow. Still has room for more development over the next 5 years.
    I was guessing a grower champ similar in style to Agrapart. High Chardonnay blend. In retrospect after the reveal, this really does show the Laurent Perrier style of lime, green apples, and steely minerality that marked my previous experiences with the house. Good stuff, top level.
    55% Chardonnay and 45% Pinot Noir from a total of eleven Grand Cru villages.

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