The very first impressions are of bright, fresh mornings. It is reminiscent of spring blossoms such as hawthorn. They lead into more fruity notes such as summer apple and pear, then citrus, with hints of warm toastiness.
- FRA - Champagne
A bargain Champagne that has a straightforward set of grilled nuts, citrus, stone fruits and tropical hints on the nose - pretty elemental. The palate's neat and light, with ripe, easy flavours, a flinty edge and reliable balance. Not the finest Champagne, but certainly well priced.
Score: 90 and 1 glass. Nick Stock - Good Wine Guide 2012.
Winery Tasting Notes
A sparkling clarity, pale gold in colour.
The very first impressions are of bright, fresh mornings. It is reminiscent of spring blossom such as hawthorn. They lead into more fruity notes such as summer apple and pear, then citrus, with hints of warm toastiness.
The first impression is lively and fresh. The citrus notes take on a certain maturity. There is passion with gentleness, lightness with spontaneity.
Ever since the Brut Champagne was first created, back in 1785, our winemakers have worked with the same unrelenting passion to create this unique and unmistakable union of elegance, crispness, radiance and exuberance. What's the secret formula? A blend of fifty crus vinified separately and then secretly blended in our cellars.
Medals & Trophies
Silver Medal, Decanter 2010
Best NV Champagne, International Wine Challenge 2006
Silver Medal, Mondial de Bruxells 2010