Pol Roger "Rich" Demi Sec Champagne

SKU #1050766 90 points Wine Enthusiast

 A beautifully balanced wine, the ripe, lightly sweet fruit blending well with fresh strawberry acidity, intense pear and an aftertaste that leaves an elegant weight in the mouth.  (12/2009)

89 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar

 (made from the same blend as the Extra Cuvee de Reserve Brut, but with 34 g/l dosage; L12791865E): Light gold. Candied citrus fruits and poached pear on the nose and palate. Plump, smooth and expansive, with very good finishing cling and subtle spiciness. Energetic for a sweet Champagne, having the requisite liveliness to work with lighter desserts or mild, young cheeses.  (12/2012)

Wine Spectator

 There's a solid backbone of acidity framing flavors of poached pear, lemon meringue and dried apricot, with a sweet, smoky thread of burnt sugar and a clean, moderate finish. Drink now. 200 cases imported. (Web-2012)

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