Wine Enthusiast, 91 points: Well-balanced and refreshing, this dry wine blends mineral and chalk aspects with tasty raspberry flavors. It is a slightly restrained, elegant expression that will please many. JIM GORDON
Wine Enthusiast, 90 points: Fruity but trim, this nicely balanced wine combines fresh apple and a hint of
ginger on a crisp texture of tight bubbles. This bracing quality adds to its
elegance. —JIM GORDON
Wine Spectator, 93 points: Vibrant and refined, with elegantly rich Asian pear, brioche and strawberry blossom accents that take on polish and richness on the lingering finish. Drink now through 2022. 30,660 cases made. — TF
Wine Enthusiast, 97 points: This tightly balanced wine is laser-focused yet full-flavored in a way that's very enticing. Vivid acidity binds together extraordinary peach, ginger and baking spice flavors that start out crisp and then blossom on the...
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, 93 points: The current release of the NV Estate Brut is made up mainly of fruit from the 2015 vintage. It is a blend of 60% Chardonnay and 40% Pinot Noir and was made with about ten grams per liter dosage. Disgorged in October of...
Wine Enthusiast, 93 points: Lively citrus flavors are nicely tempered by almond and bread-dough nuances in this elegant, well-balanced and rich-tasting wine. It offers more than fresh fruit, adding aged-on-the-lees complexity for a very tempting...
Wine Enthusiast, 93 points: Handsome and fully mature, this well-aged bottle of bubbles is all about complexity. Tempting aromas of toasted walnuts and buttered baguettes are backed by mellow lemon and tangerine notes that keep the palate fresh from...
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