(2019) Based upon the 2013 vintage, dosage around 9 g/l. Biscuity, yeast complexed Pinot dominating, and a lovely yellow fruited juiciness on the mid-palate. An unconscious sipper of a wine, blink and its gone. Drink now until 2022, great quality to price ratio.
(2017) This for me was a lovely Champagne at its modest price. Made for Rude Wines by the house of Leon Launois (itself owned by Charles Mignon), its mostly Pinot Noir with a smaller percentage of Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier, and has an open, creamy, attractive character, the fine mousse and pear and lemon fruitiness joined by just a little hint of biscuit and pastry, staying sweetly focused on fruit before a good balancing acidity pushes through the finish.
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