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Gosset Champagne Brut Grand Millésime 1999
"The 1999 Grand Millesime Brut boasts a gorgeous nose of ripe pears,honeyed grapefruit, green apples, and white peaches. This exuberant vintageChampagne possesses fine pinpoint bubbles, loads of flavor, medium to fullbody, and a persistently long finish." 92/100 pts (Robert Parker - WineAdvocate - Dec 2005)<br/>
Four and a half glasses
External Reviews for Gosset Champagne Brut Grand Millésime
/ This rich and complex bottling of 56 percent Chardonnay (almost entirely grand cru vineyards) and 44 percent Pinot Noir (grand and premier cru vineyards) displays a light gold color with prominent floral and autolytic aromas, smoky, petrol nuances and honey with butter. Rich and toasty on the attack, it reveals medium acidity on the palate and a full rich mouthfeel.
Best of the Year - Top 100 Wines of 2006/ An attractively perfumed wine, with white flowers, cut grass and thyme. To taste, it is soft, with the delicacy of chardonnay giving an elegance to the intense green, crisp flavors. This should be a long-lived wine -- at least 10 years.
/ The fruit of this wine is youthful, almost primary in its exotic ripeness, while the acidity holds it tight and clean. Complex biscuit scents over a pleasantly bitter, mineral impression balance the fruit. Serve it with a simple roast striped bass, or with something more intensely flavored, like the monkfish wrapped in pancetta.
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