Quartz Reef Methode Traditionelle Brut Sparkling

NV Quartz Reef Methode Traditionelle Brut Sparkling

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  • Proprietary Blend
  • 750ML
  • JS 92
  • WE 90

Reviews for Quartz Reef Methode Traditionelle Brut Sparkling

BC 93
Bob Campbell - MW Bob Campbell, October 2011
Pinot Noir (61%) and Chardonnay (39%) from the Bendigo district of Central Otago. Weighty wine with an appealing bite of fresh acidity that transforms to a soft and beguiling suggestion of sweetness on the finish. A nice... Pinot Noir (61%) and Chardonnay (39%) from the Bendigo district of Central Otago. Weighty wine with an appealing bite of fresh acidity that transforms to a soft and beguiling suggestion of sweetness on the finish. A nice mix of austere citrus and mineral fruit flavours with fine toasty autolysis. Bone dry.
JS 92
James Suckling - jamessuckling.com, October 2014
Pale straw in hue with an energetic bead. Apple and citrus-tinged aromas with a healthy serving of baked pastries and crème fraîche. The flavors swell on the palate but all is kept in check by a distinct sheath of mineral... Pale straw in hue with an energetic bead. Apple and citrus-tinged aromas with a healthy serving of baked pastries and crème fraîche. The flavors swell on the palate but all is kept in check by a distinct sheath of mineral acidity which drives the wine to a lingering finish. Fresh, energetic and very drinkable. Drink now. - Nick Stock
W&S 91
Wine & Spirits - Wine & Spirits, February 2012
There's impressive flavor depth to this clean firm sparkler its toasty lees character yielding scents of caramel and tart apple. The texture is creamy and soft ready to pour with crab.
WE 90
Wine Enthusiast - Wine Enthusiast, April 2015
The 100% Pinot Noir Methode Traditionelle Rosé may be even better—and harder to find—but this blend of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay is no slouch. The aromas are toasty and penetrating, the flavors add melon and citrus notes... The 100% Pinot Noir Methode Traditionelle Rosé may be even better—and harder to find—but this blend of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay is no slouch. The aromas are toasty and penetrating, the flavors add melon and citrus notes, and the finish is refreshingly dry, with a dosage of only 7 g/L.
WA 90
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, April 2008
The non-vintage Methode Traditionelle Sparkling is sourced from Gibbston and Bendigo displays a captivating nose of oyster shell orange-blossom and granite; the palate very well-balanced with good acidity and touches of... The non-vintage Methode Traditionelle Sparkling is sourced from Gibbston and Bendigo displays a captivating nose of oyster shell orange-blossom and granite; the palate very well-balanced with good acidity and touches of lemon zest green apple and just a faint hint of elderflower on the bone-dry finish. I doubt you will find a better non-vintage New Zealand sparkler.