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Godme Sabine Brut Rose Champagne Grand Cru NV

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93 points John Gilman (View From the Cellar): The new release of non-vintage Godmé Père et Fils Brut Rosé is comprised of a blend of sixty-five percent pinot noir and thirty-five percent chardonnay and spent four years on the lees prior to disgorgement in January of 2013. The wine is outstanding, offering up a deep and vibrant bouquet of blood orange, wild strawberries, brioche, a beautiful base of chalky soil tones, gentle notes of woodsmoke, rose petals and a touch of orange zest in the upper register. On the palate the wine is pure, full-bodied and beautifully light on its feet, with excellent focus and balance, very elegant mousse, crisp acids and outstanding length and grip on the complex and very classy finish. The current release of the Godmé Père et Fils Brut Rosé is drinking beautifully out of the blocks, but will have no trouble aging ten to fifteen years and may well be even better with a few years' worth of bottle age. Fine, fine juice and one of the best non-vintage Brut Rosés out there! 2013-2025+. (Jul/Aug 2013)

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93 points John Gilman (View From the Cellar): The new release of non-vintage Godmé Père et Fils Brut Rosé is comprised of a blend of sixty-five percent pinot noir and thirty-five percent chardonnay and spent four years on the lees prior to disgorgement in January of 2013. The wine is outstanding, offering up a deep and vibrant bouquet of blood orange, wild strawberries, brioche, a beautiful base of chalky soil tones, gentle notes of woodsmoke, rose petals and a touch of orange zest in the upper register. On the palate the wine is pure, full-bodied and beautifully light on its feet, with excellent focus and balance, very elegant mousse, crisp acids and outstanding length and grip on the complex and very classy finish. The current release of the Godmé Père et Fils Brut Rosé is drinking beautifully out of the blocks, but will have no trouble aging ten to fifteen years and may well be even better with a few years' worth of bottle age. Fine, fine juice and one of the best non-vintage Brut Rosés out there! 2013-2025+. (Jul/Aug 2013)

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