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Appearance: Pale golden yellow with remarkable clarity. Persistent streams of fine bubbles. Nose: Delicate with domi...Read more...
Yummy. Really delicious for a price. Elegant. Read more
As always, one the standard bearers of the NV category; with 20% white grapes, the color in the glass has great depth, with a fine gold tint, and e... Read more
Feuillatte is a large négociant operation based in Chouilly. the NV Brut Blue Label is a tasty, entry-level wine with attractive candied notes to t... Read more
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Food Pairings for Nicolas Feuillatte Chardonnay Champagne Brut Premier Cru Blanc de Blancs
Yummy. Really delicious for a price. Elegant.
External Reviews for Nicolas Feuillatte Chardonnay Champagne Brut Premier Cru Blanc de Blancs
As always, one the standard bearers of the NV category; with 20% white grapes, the color in the glass has great depth, with a fine gold tint, and elegant mousse; the nose is dominated by fresh tree fruit, with a hint of exotic spice; the palate reflects the nose with a lingering balanced finish.
Feuillatte is a large négociant operation based in Chouilly. the NV Brut Blue Label is a tasty, entry-level wine with attractive candied notes to the ripe yellow fruit. This mid-weight wine offers good length and balance in an accessible style. The is lot: 0440808:18 L031761, disgorged on February 8, 2007. Anticipated maturity: 2008-2010.
Attractive candied berry, beeswax, lanolin and honey notes make this bubbly intriguing. Yet the supple and vibrant structure is what drives the flavors to a lingering conclusion.
This champagne has the aroma of fine French pastry, especially almonds, hazelnuts, apples and pears. Wonderfully dry with the impact of rich, ripe fruit. Elegant and well balanced. Savor this elegant Champagne with pâté, grilled salmon, desserts or simply with a great piece of cheese.
A fruit-driven wine, with aromas of dried apples, pineapple and citrus, even a bit of honey. Flavors verge on tropical, but it boasts a creamy texture and a crisp, dry finish. A bit New World in style, but well done.
Creamy, with caramel tones in the flavor spectrum, along with apricot, grapefruit and a touch of mineral. The mousse is assertive, helped along by a chalky feel on the finish. Drink now.
A rich version, with vanilla, toast and nut aromas and flavors. Starts out soft, yet there's bright acidity and a long, precise finish. Drink now through 2011.
Cellar Master's Comments: "With Brut Extrem' I was looking for as pure a wine as possible. No sugar is added, so the champagne develops in the most natural way possible. This is champagne in its natural state. It is the diamond as it leaves the mind."
Appearance: Pale golden yellow with remarkable clarity. Persistent streams of fine bubbles. Nose: Delicate with dominant woody notes; hops and mixed spices contrasted with citrus peel blended with fruity fragrances. All pleasantly underlined by hints of mimosa, hyacinth and may blossom. Palate: A prevailing impression of freshness and purity.
<p>This firm and youthful blend with stick with you after the first glass. the palate is strong and concentrated yet not heavy at all. No added sugar means this blend is as natural as can be, pairing well with fine dining indulgences. </p>
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