Colour : Pale gold in color, abundance of delicate bubbles.
Aroma : Floral, fruit with subtle predominance of white fruits: pear, apple, almonds and hazelnuts.
Palate : Fresh opening, smooth, pleasant and balanced.
Finish : The fruit aromas are crisp and long-lasting.
Colour : An almost coppery, salmon-pink; continuous, delicate bubbles.
Aroma : A real festival of red fruits, with flavours of blackberries, raspberries, redcurrants, and strawberries, that delicately linger and give off a feeling of lightness and conviviality.
Palate : Fruity and well-balanced. The carbonic maceration used in making this Rosè champagne, results in a fruitier wine.
Finish : Clean and crisp.
The wine produced by an assemblage based on the 2007 harvest, it has great intensity, dense with several flavours, and very a unique approach of a fine champagne. A finely constructed and savoury brut of a quality of the prestige cuvées of some other Houses.
Wine Spectator : 90 points
A wine of extraordinary finesse, nay delicatesse. Blossom and a touch of citrus fruits, creamy mousse, beautifully firm structure, lingering, fresh grapefruit finish: an incredible wine in which vibrant fruit, finesse, and raciness combine to produce one of the greatest champagnes from this House ever tasted.
Complex nose of soft fruit and spices; strong, compact attack; great elegance on the palate; finish of grapefruit with noble bitter notes. A majestic, character-filled wine for connoisseurs, to be enjoyed with a mild cigar or a free-range guinea fowl.
Superb nose with mineral components and spice notes; after aeration, a touch of citrus; a unique, sophisticated blend of elegance and raciness, of complexity and vinosity, of fullness and freshness, followed by a long refreshing grapefruit finish. Simply brilliant, and one of the best bruts ever.
Aroma of fresh red fruits with hints of pleasant toast. Medium body with an great tannin level and structure. Great companion with roast beef and other red meat dishes. Crafted for early drinking from a grand cru plot of vines.
This wine is made from the younger vines of Château Lafon Rochet of 10-30 year old vines. This claret is more easy-going yet complex with an appealing spicy, mineral, herbal, cedary nuances. Full-flavoured with layers of spicy savoury flavour, providing a long finish. This wine is ready to drink relatively young.
Introduced in 1980s, this wine is made of a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot of vines age of 30 years. It shows ripe fruits with a pleasant toast and sweet oak flavour. Sweet tannin, good structure and medium to full-bodied with great length. This wine is produced from the vines of Château Pape Clément, Grand Cru Classé de Graves, one of the oldest properties in Bordeaux.