Racy aromas of toasty spice, cherry and Fuji apple lead to layered, zesty green apple and vanilla flavors that turn crisp and minerally on the finish. Delicious!
310 – Mumm Napa DVX, Napa Valley, 2000
A distinctive style, with aromas that range from citrus flower to nutty yeast to hints of rubber. The flavors are ripe, focused and intense, with cherry, pear, caramel and toast notes and a rich, lingering finish. 91 Pts. Wine Spectator Magazine
Complete with a green apple and jasmine fragrance, filled out by tropical fruit notes, the aromas merrily greet you from the glass. The bright citrus entry on the palate gives way to subtle honey and caramel, with just a hint of fresh cream to balance the zesty acid
308 – Schramsberg, Blanc de Noir, Napa, 2002
Aromas of yeasty dough and cherry turn rich, intense and complex on the palate, where the flavors are concentrated and focused. Ends with a pleasantly earthy mineral edge to the Pinot Noir fruit. 91 Pts. Wine Spectator Magazine
307 – White Star, Moet & Chandon, France, NV
Medium-bodied with moderate intensity, displays a rich creamy texture. Delicious!!
Strikes an agile balance between fresh fruit and elegant maturity. Has floral aromas of strawberry, vanilla and toast, with rich, supple black cherry, candied apple and spice that take on finesse toward the finish. 90 Pts. Wine Spectator Magazine – A must try!!
305 – Perrier Jouet, Grand Brut, France, NV
An impetuous, cheerful vitality, full and fleshy, floods the palate. Sustained by a persistent stream of sprightly bubbles, rich flavors of fresh butter & brioche.
304 – Veuve Clicquot, Yellow Label, France, NV
A delicious champagne, great for any occasion!
303 – Perrier Jouet “Fleur de Champagne” France, 1996
Reticent aromas and flavors hinting at vanilla pastry, peach, citrus and ginger, all beautifully integrated with its firm structure and supple texture. A roasted, nutty element emerges on the finish – Fabulous! Can also be enjoyed by the glass! 92 Pts. Wine Spectator Magazine
302 – Veuve Clicquot, La Grande Dame, France, 1995
A ’95 with attitude. Firm, focused and full of biscuit, citrus and hazelnut flavors backed by vivid acidity, though there’s enough creaminess to keep everything in line. 91 Pts. Wine Spectator Magazine
301 – Krug, Grande Cuvee, France, NV
The bouquet is wonderfully creamy, leading to magical combination of weight and balance on the palate. The long, lingering finish is both nutty and toasty, ending with a final flourish of freshness, leaving one longing for more.
300 – Veuve Clicquot, La Grande Dame Rose, France, 199
The Grande Dame Rosé 1995 has notes of red fruits (raspberry fresh strawberry) and toasted aromas (grilled flavours, gingerbread, dried fruit, honey), complement each other to perfection and bestow an unforgettable bouquet on this wine.
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