The nose begins with pear and moves into a biscuityaroma. The long and creamy finely-beaded mouth feel is perfectly balanced with crisp acidity. The palate reveals beautiful grapefruit and lemon along with subtle hints of pastries.
Wine Advocate 88 points - The 2009 Blanc de Blancs Brut had a small amount of the juice (under 10%) in neutral French oak. Fresh and friendly, this has some bite on the finish and nice crispness for its style-a bit fruity, but still dry. There is approximately 7 grams per liter of residual sugar, but other than emphasizing some fruit on the finish, this features the acidity more. Very tasty, it is a well-priced bargain that everyone can enjoy.