Wine & Spirits 93 And Top 100 Wineries Selection:
The green label blanc de blancs is a standout in its price category for its terrifically racy chalky character.
Brisk and pure but creamy, with incisive apple and citrus flavors and great finesse. Very light on its feet and perfumed in the mouth. Finishes floral, gripping and very long.
Elegant nose of white flowers, tropical fruits and green apple. Charming combinaison of creamy roundness and firm, steely backbone.
And Gault Millau:
A tasty distinguished champagne.
And even Burghound:
This is arguably the most elegant wine in the range with a wonderfully high-toned nose of rose petal, brioche and freshly peeled lemon rind that is in keeping with the foamy but fine flavors that offer even more complexity before culminating in a gorgeously balanced and harmonious finish. This is a really pretty blanc de blancs and given that this genre often develops its complexity only with extended bottle age, this is one to buy in quantity so that it can be drunk over the next 5 years, or longer if desired.
Like all of these, bottled with a very low dosage, less than 5 g/l.