Charles Heidsieck Brut Reserve Mise En Cave En 1995

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Color: Fine gold, deep straw yellow. A nice cordon for a very brilliant wine. Nose: A floral first impression with vi...

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Bright pale yellow color. Medium-bodied. Moderately extracted. Smoke, roasted coffee, lemons, minerals. Attractive integrated toasty nose shows hin... Read more

Slightly high-toned peach and apple nose, plus a suggestion of older juice. Brisk and toasty on the palate, with good flavor intensity. Actually ra... Read more

A broad non-vintage brut, with big-boned scale and full richness of texture. What the wine lacks in detail, it makes up for in its length of yeasty... Read more

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External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
02/24/2012

Bright pale yellow color. Medium-bodied. Moderately extracted. Smoke, roasted coffee, lemons, minerals. Attractive integrated toasty nose shows hints of roasted coffee. Substantial mouthfeel has a firm minerally backbone with tart lemony flavors and a lingering smoky finish.


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
02/24/2012

Slightly high-toned peach and apple nose, plus a suggestion of older juice. Brisk and toasty on the palate, with good flavor intensity. Actually rather fat and rich, and ripe on the middle palate. then finishes quite dry, with good snap.


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
02/24/2012

A broad non-vintage brut, with big-boned scale and full richness of texture. What the wine lacks in detail, it makes up for in its length of yeasty, nutty flavor.


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Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
02/24/2012

Bright pale straw color. Brisk, complex aromas of lemon, apple, chicory, cumin, nutmeg and coffee. Very strong, persistent mousse. Spicy, lively and on the dry side, with strong extract and hints of grilled nuts and coffee. Long, tactile finish. Substantial, youthful Champagne.


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Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
02/24/2012

Expressive, yeasty aromas of apple, warm biscuits, toasted nuts, truffle and minerals. A rich, nutty midweight, with enticing coffee, mushroom and truffle notes. Smooth and harmonious, with brisk framing acidity. Nicely balanced, midweight Champagne with good intensity and length. Developing nicely.


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Source: Sam's Wine
09/16/2009

A floral, fragrant wine, full of ripe fruit, layered with some toast and a delicate mousse. There are flavors of quince, of cinammon and toast, with a touch of butteriness. This is by no means mature, and the acidity and freshness suggest a good aging potential.


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
02/24/2012

Herersquo;s something special in a nonvintage brut. It has rich, mature flavors, a velvety-smooth texture supported by lively acidity, and a lingering finish. Drink now. Tasted twice, with consistent notes.


Winemaker's Notes:

Color: Fine gold, deep straw yellow. A nice cordon for a very brilliant wine. Nose: A floral first impression with violet aromas followed by smooth and fruity nuances of apricot and quince preserves. The finish develops between fresh hazelnuts, lavender honey and liquorice, for an elegant and distinguished wine. Palate: A wine with a distinct freshness that augurs well for ageing. A touch of fresh fig followed by a warm finish marked by cappuccino cream and liquorice.

Color: Fine gold, deep straw yellow. A nice cordon for a very brilliant wine. Nose: A floral first impression with violet aromas followed by smooth and fruity nuances of apricot and quince preserves. The finish develops between fresh hazelnuts, lavender honey and liquorice, for an elegant and distinguished wine. Palate: A wine with a distinct freshness that augurs well for ageing. A touch of fresh fig followed by a warm finish marked by cappuccino cream and liquorice.

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