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Delamotte Brut Le Mesnil Sur Oger Depuis (1.5L)

Delamotte Brut Le Mesnil Sur Oger Depuis (1.5L)

Your Price: $125.00
Part Number:675

50% Chardonnay, 30% Pinot Noir, & 20% Pinot Meunier

 

91 points Robert Parker s Wine Advocate

The majority-Chardonnay (most of that from Avize, Cramant and Oger) Delamotte NV Brut L04612 is 35% Pinot Noir (from the Montagne de Reims); 10% Meunier (from the Vallee de la Marne); and spends three years sur latte as well as six or more months in bottle prior to release. Officially, it is grand cru. The bottle in question is from vintage 2008 with 25% reserve wine. Clover and apple blossom with a discreet whiff of chalk in the nose lead to an oily and expansive yet buoyant and refreshing palate, its fresh apple and pear suffused with savory sweet-saline and iodine-tinged crustacean shell reduction. Piquant hickory and black walnut as well as chewy apple skin are subtly integrated so that they serve for insistent, low-grade excitation. This high-umami, mouthwatering cuvee displays a combination of textural richness with lift and elegant restraint that represent outstanding value for this genre. (DS)  (11/2013)

 

91 points Wine & Spirits

Clean and fragrant with red fruit, this wine's tart cherry and strawberry flavors integrate with the soil character, which acts as a scrim over the fruit. It feels lush within the tight confines of its structure. Built for food, this will accompany roast game birds.   (12/2012)


91 points Allen Meadows -Burghound

 

91 points Vinous

Bright straw. Vibrant aromas of lemon pith, pear skin and honeysuckle, with a chalky topnote. Dry, sharply focused lemon and lime flavors become deeper with air and pick up brioche and ginger nuances. Firm, chewy and dry, finishing with very good clarity and stony persistence. (JR)  (1/2015)

 

90 points Wine Spectator

Well-knit and balanced, this sleek Champagne offers notes of fresh-cut apple, smoky mineral, biscuit and preserved lemon on the fine, lacy mousse. Drink now through 2018. (12/2015)

 

Wine Enthusiast

A wine with good bottle age along with yeasty acidity and a fine citrus character. It is a light style, with just a hint of toast. The acidity is delicious.   (7/2011)

 

Jancis Robinson

Creamy, rich, full and generous. As reliable and tasty as ever, though it actually seems a bit light following the Wiston Estate range. Has more of a malolactic creaminess.  (11/2014)

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