Silvery gold in color. The nose has slight baked bread and slight citrus. A nice head of lots of tiny bubbles. On the palate, this is all about minerality and smoothness. There is some citrus. Great length on the finish. This is incredibly versatile with food although hearty meats might be pushing it. Great on its own as well. Seems like this is a step up from the 2004.
Deep salmon Pink in color. There is a nice mousse with lots of tiny bubbles. The nose has seltzer, and strawberries. Reminiscent of the Faygo Red Pop of my youth. Nice. On the palate, there is a bit of depth and complexity. Dry. Nice acidity. Good finish. Would go with practically any food. This drinks quite well now but should develop some maturity and drink well for a while. Aged Champagnes are not to everyone's taste but I think this should easily last for a decade. delicious and more traditional Rose.
Apparently some version of this have a bit more sweetness than others. This bottle had a hint of sweetness but not overt or cloying. It was absolutely delicious. Served to a group on a warm summer evening, it was a star. Salmon pink in color. There is a nice mousse with a lot of tiny bubbles. The nose has nice strawberry fruit along with a bit of burnt orange peel in the background. On the palate, citrus comes out first followed by nice strawberries. There is a nice depth and complexity here. Just that hint of sweetness which combined with the acidity is very refreshing. Nice fini
Apparently, this bottling was done for the 2016 Cleveland Cavaliers NBA Championship. This was not in the locker room, but part of the same bottling that was. Go Cavs! Orange pink in color. There is a nice mousse with a lot of tiny bubbles. On the nose there are a lot of cherries and oranges. Very strong and interesting. On the palate this is sweet. Oranges. The finish is oddly enough almost dry. This wine's sweetness proved a bit divisive, but was quite enjoyable for me. It has a nice depth and the acidity works with sweetness and this is very food friendly.
Golden in color. A good amount of small(ish) bubbles. The nose is clean with some toast and also some pears. On the palate, this is nice but could use just a bit more of everything; fruit, acid, minerality. Pears are prominent. Clean. Worked well with foods. Solid finish. Very solid wine.
Note: Back label is pictured for this review. This wine has reviewed many times but it been a few months. Light golden in color. The nose is big and bold and excellent. Slight oxidation with clean and vibrant baked bread. Much more vibrant than some prior bottles. Also some slight ginger and a bit of apples. On the palate, this is explosive. Great balance. Slight apples with a nice minerality. Served at just cooler than room temp which was perfect (maybe 62F). Complex and deep. Food friendly. If well stored bottles of this are still on the shelf, it is worth finding them and b
It is amazing how much wine Moet can make and be so amazingly consistent. Of course, Dom Perignon, is at the top of their heap. Light gold with slight silver in color. A steady stream of tiny bubbles form a nice mousse. The nose is nice with slight toast and a sort of lemon/tangerine quality that is really nice. Very clean. On the palate, that lemon/tangerine quality continues with a nice dose of carbonation. Incredibly smooth and easy yet with depth and also precision. Long finish. Probably not the greatest ever vintage of DP but still excellent. Drinking quite well at the moment
Golden in color, lots of small bubbles. The nose is yeasty with some ginger. On the palate, this has a slight sweetness to it. More so than one might expect from a Brut. Bright acidity. Creamy texture. Drinks easy. Very food friendly. Fun way to liven up a party.
Light golden in color. The nose is nice with minerals, baked bread, slight chalk and red apples. On the palate, this is refreshing. Good acidity. Not much fruit but nice minerality and chalk. Good depth. It drinks easy. Worked with a wide variety of foods. Retail is around $40 which is fair value.
35% Pinot Noir, 35% Pinot Meunier, 30% Chardonnay. This is a fairly priced Champagne (around $40). Light golden in color. The nose has some toast with a bit of lemons. Also a dusty quality. On the palate, this has a nice minerality. Some strawberries appear on the palate. The acidity seems to fade away a bit. This makes for easy summer sipping. Nice finish. Works fine with food.