Drappier "Sans Soufre" Brut Zero Blanc de Noirs Champagne Magnum 1.5L

SKU #1287877 91 points Wine Spectator

 Floral on the nose, but dry and minerally on the palate, offering subtle notes of white cherry, mandarin orange peel, fresh ginger and almond skin, all set in a chalky texture. Leans toward the austere side, but the balance is there, so enjoy this with light seafood or shellfish. Disgorged May 2016. Drink now through 2020.  (10/2016)

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 The NV Brut Nature Pinot Noir Zero Dosage André et Michel Sans Ajout de Souffre is the same wine as the Brut Nature Pinot Noir Zero Dosage (although from different base vintages) vinified and aged with no sulfur. This is a relatively soft, caressing zero dosage Champagne with a relatively round, open core of candied, perfumed fruit. Tasting the two NV Brut Natures together it is hard to say with precision how much of the wines' characters are due to the sulfur treatments versus the underlying vintages themselves. Sweet, earthy tones add a touch of complexity to a very Aube-like expression of Pinot. Disgorged December, 2008 (AG)  (12/2009)

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