This lovely, pinot-dominant Champaign is a light, spicy treat. Brioche with berries on the nose make it a match made in heaven for brunch dates, while the attractive, fleshy palate and crisp, dry, succulent finish would be welcomed just about any time, day or night. Raise a glass to great value with a primo Champagne at a perfect price.
A style that has a lot of appeal and attractive, fresh peaches and lemons with some gently bready complexity, too. The palate has a smooth, fleshy and attractively smooth core with a wealth of succulent, fleshy and vinous resolve. Drink now.
A pleasing tang of salinity complements flavors of crunchy pear, baked currant and whole-grain toast in this fresh and accessible version, with a light, lacy mousse. Disgorged January 2019. Drink now.