Drappier Brut Nature Zero Dosage 2005
Its color is ruby gold with coppery reflections, the mousse is barely exuberant but vivacious. The nose is of freshly pressed black grapes, the aromas of citrus and red fruits. Ample in the mouth with a flavor of peach ot the vines and a bouquet of aromatic herbs. Straight, lively wine without dryness. Excellent persistence on lightly spicy notes. The original Champagne, a natural pleasure.
Very nice test for a zero dossage champagne. I'd try only the one without sulfites and it was great. Only produce with Pinot grapes it smell and taste what you can feel when you are just behind a basket press during the grape harvest time.
Excellent. No sugar!!!!
Much to be liked. Very dry and straight taste. The Pinot Noir defenately leaves its marks on the tongue. At first very very dry, but after a while the palate opens to some more subtle sensations. in one word a Tight sensation. Good Price/quality value. (in Belgium)
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