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  1. Ayala 'Cuvee Perle d'Ayala' Brut Millesime 2005

    Ayala 'Cuvee Perle d'Ayala' Brut Millesime 2005

    93 points Vinous - Pale gold. Pungent, sharply focused citrus and orchard fruit aromas are complemented by suggestions of brioche, smoky minerals and jasmine, with a hint of melon emerging with air. Silky, nervy and dry, offering taut Meyer lemon and bitter pear skin flavors and a suggestion of truffle. Finishes stony and very long, with lingering smokiness and an echo of white flowers. There's a very attractive delicacy to this Champagne. 6 g/l Dosage. - Josh Raynolds (Dec 2014) Learn More
  2. Billecart Salmon Brut Blanc De Blanc 1.5L

    Billecart Salmon Brut Blanc De Blanc 1.5L

    92 points Wine Spectator - Lightly toasty and creamy in texture, yet well-cut and vibrant throughout, this shows a minerally base note underscoring the flavors of poached pear, candied lemon zest, toasted brioche and pickled ginger. Drink now through 2020. Learn More
  3. Billecart-Salmon 'Cuvee Nicolas-Francois Billecart' Millesime, Champagne 2002

    Billecart-Salmon 'Cuvee Nicolas-Francois Billecart' Millesime, Champagne 2002

    98 points James Suckling - "This has a super-composed nose with gently spiced pastry and bright strawberry and cherry fruits, as well as some spiced brulée custard and praline. There's a lot of deep-set complexity here. The palate has a bright, crunchy, and assertive burst of peach and lemon flavor on entry, while the pinot takes the mid-palate with fleshy white cherries and smooth phenolics that hold through to the finish with gently nutty mushroom and cherry-pip flavors to close. Great balance and power. Drink now through to 2025+. This vintage is a 60/40 split between Pinot Noir and Chardonnay."

    97 points Vinous - A mesmerizing, thrilling Champagne, the 2002 Cuvée Nicolas François Billecart is a great example of the vintage at its best. Silky and racy on the palate, yet a bit more restrained than many wines of the year, the Nicolas François Billecart remains vivid and remarkably nuanced. Brioche. apricot jam, wild flowers and honey are some of the many notes that blossom as the Cuvée Nicolas François Billecart shows off its voluptuous personality. The 2002 is 60% Pinot Noir and 40% Chardonnay.

    95 points Wine Spectator - There’s a buoyant, almost ethereal quality to this elegant Champagne, offering a rich range of blackberry pâte de fruit, crystallized honey, grilled nut and oyster shell flavors, set on a fine, chalky mousse. Long and mouthwatering, with a clean, citrus-infused finish. Drink now through 2027. 1,500 cases imported. Learn More
  4. 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
  5. J. de Telmont 'Coup de Sade' Brut, Champagne 2004
  6. Jacquart 50th Anniversary Brut Rose 1.5L
  7. JCB By Jean Charles Boisset 'Gala' Solid Gold Brut Champagne 2010
  8. Krug Grande Cuvee 166 EME Edition Brut
  9. Laurent-Perrier Cuvee Rose Brut 1.5L

    Laurent-Perrier Cuvee Rose Brut 1.5L

    Cuvee Rose Laurent-Perrier combines a vinous character with great freshness. It can be savoured on its own, and also with many bold food and wine pairings. Tender and ethereal, its bouquet of freshly-picked berry fruits easily surprises, constituting a very pleasant appetiser. Served at a temperature of 8-10°C, it delivers up its rich aromas and pairs with many foods, from starters to dessert. It also goes wonderfully with foie gras canapes topped with red currants, or wafer-thin slivers of finest pata negra ham, and many other dishes, including marinated raw fish and braised guineafowl. It works perfectly at home too, with soft, creamy cheeses such as Chaource, Mussy-sur-Seine, and Langres, and with desserts such as a berry fruit salad. The more daring marry it with Asian or subcontinent cuisine. Learn More
  10. Laurent-Perrier Grand Siecle No 24 Brut, Champagne

    Laurent-Perrier Grand Siecle No 24 Brut, Champagne

    A subtle version, focused more on delicate acidity and texture than the finely layered flavors of creamed apple, marzipan, pastry dough and black currant, with hints of lemon curd and ground spice. Delivers a lasting, smoke-tinged finish. Drink now through 2020. Learn More

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