(2018) I often struggle with this vintage, the combination of over-the-top ripeness and botrytis can be rather cloying.  Fortunately for us, this Champagne possesses neither in excess, although I wouldn’t age it for too long.  Elegantly toasty, with a touch of mushroom on the nose.  The palate is all about youthful stone fruits that turn quite juicy in the glass.  I suspect a short and sharp evolution for this wine, maybe wait one or two years for the walnut richness to emerge.  Drink from 2019 until 2023.