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  1. Bollinger Brut Rose

    Bollinger Brut Rose

    93 points Wine Spectator - There's a briny, mineral-tinged waft of seashore adding complexity to flavors of black cherry, grilled plum, pastry, graphite and almond cream in this vibrant rosé, which offers mouthwatering acidity and finely detailed texture. Drink now through 2020. Learn More
  2. Bollinger La Grande Annee Brut, Champagne 2005

    Bollinger La Grande Annee Brut, Champagne 2005

    94 points James Suckling Impressive concentration and power here. This is really assertive with ripe yellow orchard fruits and citrus within a core encased in a layer of more savory, toasty notes on both the nose and palate. There’s that gentle hint of aldehyde that is the traditional stamp of the house plus savory woody notes, white mushrooms and some chalk and spices, too. The palate has a fleshy opening, filling out with peach and hazelnut flavors before a smooth ride to the finish. Approachable and complex. Drink it now through to 2020. (Oct 2016)

    Wine Spectator 94 points
    A powerful, structured and graceful 2005, showing deft integration of the rich, chalky underpinning, firm acidity and expansive flavors of crushed black currant, spring blossom, toasted almond, crystallized honey and preserved lemon. Offers a fine, raw silk-like mousse and a long, spiced finish. Disgorged February 2015. Drink now through 2030.-A.N. (Aug 26 2015)

    90 points Vinous - Bollinger’s 2005 La Grande Annee is an attractive Champagne to drink now and over the next handful of years, as it is already quite forward. Burnished, slightly oxidative classic Bollinger notes meld into scents of honey, apricot jam, smoke, sage, mint and wild flowers. Open-knit and expressive, the 2005 has plenty to offer today, while it appears destined for near and medium-term drinking. Although a solid wine, the 2005 is a far cry from some of the other stronger recent editions. (Jul 2015). Learn More
  3. Buena Vista Winery La Victoire Brut, Champagne

    Buena Vista Winery La Victoire Brut, Champagne

    While Agoston Haraszthy was most recognized as being the Father of California viticulture, he was also the father of six illustrious children. His third son, Arpad, spent over two years studying in Champagne, France learning the craft of sparkling wine and later became the first to introduce Methode Traditionelle sparkling wine into California winemaking. Arpad’s sparkling wine, Eclipse, was one of the most celebrated in the nineteenth century; we pay tribute to his legacy. In partnership with the largest family-owned proprietors of vineyards in Champagne, Buena Vista is proud to present our La Victoire Brut Champagne. This classic Champagne is made in the traditional style and is a blend of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Elegantly crafted, it offers the heritage of an incomparable style created to delight and make all great occasions special. Made up of 70% Pinot Noir, from Premier Cru vineyards from the Montagne de Reims, and 30% Chardonnay, mostly from Grand Cru Mesnil sur Oger and Chouilly, the wine received a dosage of 8.7 g/L. By law in Champagne, aging is 15 months minimum for non-vintage wines. Our La Victoire was aged more than 3 years. This champagne opens with elegant and complex aromas of grapefruit followed by rich honey and brioche notes. A crisp and intense palate offers flavors of white stone fruits, peaches and pears. The wine’s impressive mouthfeel is full and rich but well balanced, leaving delightful freshness on the palate. Learn More
  4. Champagne Claude Cazals Blanc de Blancs Millesime Grand Cru 2009

    Champagne Claude Cazals Blanc de Blancs Millesime Grand Cru 2009

    For Champagne Cazals vintages, they choose the ripest plots where the vines are 40 years old on average to produce smooth and rich wines that last in the mouth. Learn More
  5. Champagne Collet, Champagne Brut Blanc de Blancs
  6. Champagne Doyard Cuvee Vendemiaire Premier Cru Blanc de Blancs Brut
  7. Champagne Hebrart Blanc de Blancs Premier Cru Brut, Champagne, France

    Champagne Hebrart Blanc de Blancs Premier Cru Brut, Champagne, France

    92 points Wine Advocate - The NV Brut Blanc de Blancs Premier Cru is another wine that is vibrant and totally alive in the glass. This is a generous, relatively broad-shouldered Blanc de Blancs with lovely depth and roundness. Sweet, floral and expressive, the Blanc de Blancs shows the richer side of Chardonnay.

    92 points Vinous - One of the standouts in this range, the NV Brut Blanc de Blancs 1er Cru is a Champagne of real depth and staying power. Smoke, slate, crushed rocks, orchard fruit, lime and pear notes are all beautifully delineated in this vibrant, energetic Blanc de Blancs. Time in the glass brings out the wine's texture and broad, ample frame, along with a set of more gently oxidative aromas and flavors that suggest the Blanc de Blancs won't be a long-term ager. Even so, the Blanc de Blancs is quite pretty and expressive today. Learn More
  8. Champagne Hebrart Cuvee Reserve Premier Cru Brut, Champagne, France

    Champagne Hebrart Cuvee Reserve Premier Cru Brut, Champagne, France

    92 points Vinous - Chalk, white pear, apples and jasmine jump out of the glass in the Cuvée de Reserve. Energetic, tense and wiry, the Cuvée de Reserve is all about focus. The aromas and flavors are beautifully nuanced in this crystalline, expressive Champagne. Hints of slate and graphite add an attractive mineral dimension on the finish. Learn More
  9. Charles Heidsieck Brut Reserve

    Charles Heidsieck Brut Reserve

    92 points James Suckling - This offers big house complexity in terms of toasty reductive warmth on the nose, as well as an array of grilled peach, praline and wild red berries. The palate has assertive flavorsome appeal, delivered in a well-crafted style. Fresh berries and stone fruits rule the finish. Drink now.

    92 points Wine Spectator This elegant Champagne is aromatic in profile, with hints of lime blossom, graphite and ground ginger accenting the crushed black currant, pastry and honey flavors. Fine and creamy in texture, offering a lively, lingering finish. Disgorged 2016. Drink now through 2022. 5,000 cases imported. -AN Learn More
  10. Domaine Huet Vouvray Petillant Reserve Brut 2009

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