Always nice to have some Champagne at a dinner or party. This is a reasonably priced bottle that drinks nicely. 45% Chardonnay, 35% Pinot Noir, 20% Pinot Meunier. Light silvery gold in color. A nice mousse with a fair amount of smallish bubbles. The nose has hay, ginger and slight toast. On the palate, this is reasonably crisp. More mineral driven than fruit but some citrus. Good acidity. Nice finish. Very enjoyable and will go with most any food. These should be purchased fresh and drunk in the first couple of years.
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