NV Bereche et FIls Brut Reserve
Champagne Blend - 1.5L
  • WS 92
  • JS 92
  • AG 90

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WS 92
Wine Spectator - Wine Spectator, September 2018
Lemon curd, delicate herb and spice notes lead to flavors of crushed white cherry, toasted brioche and honey, with a streak of salinity, in this firm, focused Champagne, showing a lacy mousse. Offers a long... Lemon curd, delicate herb and spice notes lead to flavors of crushed white cherry, toasted brioche and honey, with a streak of salinity, in this firm, focused Champagne, showing a lacy mousse. Offers a long, mouthwatering finish. Drink now through 2022. — A.N.
JS 92
James Suckling - jamessuckling.com, October 2017
Pinot noir and chardonnay from the Montagne de Reims, this has strong pinot noir influence with wild red berry fruit aromas as well as brioche and woody, foresty notes. The palate walks a clever line of tartness and... Pinot noir and chardonnay from the Montagne de Reims, this has strong pinot noir influence with wild red berry fruit aromas as well as brioche and woody, foresty notes. The palate walks a clever line of tartness and flavor that is right in the red fruit zone. This is full of life. Twists savory into hazelnut and pastry at the finish. Drink now – this is terrific value. - Nick Stock
JG 92
John Gilman - View From The Cellar, January 2013
(92+) I have had a bit of bottle variation with this bottling from Bérêche Père et Fils, with a bottle I drank in Beaune in November totally out of sorts and showing a fair bit of sweetness on the backend from its dosage... (92+) I have had a bit of bottle variation with this bottling from Bérêche Père et Fils, with a bottle I drank in Beaune in November totally out of sorts and showing a fair bit of sweetness on the backend from its dosage. I have also spoken with friends who have bought cases of the Brut Réserve here in the US and they have reported a fair bit of bottle variation for this wine as well. Sadly, I did not take note of the date of disgorgement on the bottle tasted in Beaune, but this particular bottle of the Bérêche Père et Fils “Brut Réserve” tasted back here in New York in January (and disgorged in June of 2012) was every bit as stunning as the example I reported on in Issue Forty. The superb nose jumps from the glass in a mix of apple, tart pear, stony minerality, orange zest and brioche. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied, complex and very soil-driven in personality, with brisk acids, lovely focus and grip, elegant mousse and a long and classy finish. This is a lovely bottle today and will be even better with a couple of years more bottle age. I hope the bottle variation that I and others have seen with this wine is simply a function of the wine being drunk a bit too soon after its disgorgement and not indicative of inconsistency with the cuvée. (Drink between 2013-2030)
BH 90
Burghound - Burghound, June 2013
A moderately complex and expressive nose of Meyer lemon, green apple and a hint of brioche leads to delicious, round and creamy flavors where the supporting mouse is moderately firm. The delicious and solidly dry finish... A moderately complex and expressive nose of Meyer lemon, green apple and a hint of brioche leads to delicious, round and creamy flavors where the supporting mouse is moderately firm. The delicious and solidly dry finish displays a yeasty and satisfying finish. This is drinking perfectly now though if you like a more obviously aged character this could certainly support additional cellaring.
AG 90
Antonio Galloni - Antonio Galloni's Vinous, December 2017
The NV Brut Reserve is endowed with notable power and resonance, but it also needs at least 6-12 more months on the cork to be fully expressive. Bérêche's Brut Reserve has a track record of developing beautifully in... The NV Brut Reserve is endowed with notable power and resonance, but it also needs at least 6-12 more months on the cork to be fully expressive. Bérêche's Brut Reserve has a track record of developing beautifully in bottle. Readers who want to understand the house style will find plenty to admire in the Brut Reserve, which is once again one of the better wines in its peer group. Disgorged: July 2017.
Color & Type Sparkling
Varietal Champagne Blend
Country France
Region Champagne
Vintage 9998
Percent alcohol 12%
Closure Cork
Viticulture method Sustainable