Year | 2004
Designation | Grand cru. Extra Brut
Alcohol | 12.5%
18ct gold. Slightly bready nose, smooth and soft with good balance of acidity. Yeasty nose from good mousse. Toasty, full and long. Sherbet and citrus. Melts in the mouth.
Score Note 1Date tasted | Feb, 2009 | 87/100
Comes from old vines in Cramant facing south-east - between 48 and over 70 years old. Wines undergo MLF and are left on their lees in winter. This cuvée is bottled without any blend (mono-cru). All the bottles are disgorged manually 3 to 6 months before being marketed. The dosage of the 2004 vintage is very low (only 2 grams per litre).
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