1989 Pommery Brut "Cuvee Louise" Champagne

SKU #1005230

95 points Wine Spectator: "Terrific. A mature vintage Champagne, bursting with biscuit, fig, walnut and coffee tones on a fresh, lively structure. It picks up a hint of mushroom on the finish and has enough weight for the main course. Drink now." (11/01) K&L notes - The power of Montagne de Reims pinot noir and the elegance of Cote de Blancs chardonnay are married perfectly in this exquisite Champagne. Pommery is one of the few great Champagne houses to own extensive vineyards of its own, and this bottle shows what a difference that can make; it is made exclusively from estate fruit. It has a bright golden color and aromas of hazelnuts and cookie dough. It is a rich and expansive style but it still comes together nicely on the finish. Very fine wine, balanced, full of character and class. (Gary Westby, K&L Champagne Buyer)

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