Bruno Paillard Brut Rosé Champagne (375ml)

SKU #1416634 92 points John Gilman

 July 2013 Release This bottle of Bruno Paillard Brut Rosé had been in my cellar for four and half years and is still on the youthful side and will continue to develop with further bottle age. The wine is very refined and minerally in personality, offering up a delicate bouquet of tangerine, white cherries, bread dough, caraway seed, citrus peel and a fine base of chalky soil tones. On the palate the wine is crisp, full-bodied and complex, with elegant mousse, fine focus and grip, blossoming complexity and a long, poised and still quite racy finish. This is aging at a very relaxed pace and has decades more life ahead of it. Drink between 2018-2040. 92+  (12/2017)

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