91pts James Suckling
Cooked apples and lemons with some breadstick and sesame-seed undertones. Full and lightly oily. Flavorful finish. Drink now.
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
Offering up aromas of warm bread, ripe citrus oil and fresh peach, the NV Brut Blanc de Blancs is medium to full-bodied, fleshy and charming, with a generous core of fruit, a fine mousse and ripe balancing acids. This is an accessible, immediate Blanc de Blancs that's drinking well, and it represents one of the more compelling choices in Pommery's portfolio.
Softer in texture than many pure Chardonnay Champagnes, this still offers plenty of acidity and minerality. Delicate apple and citrus fruits balance with the acidity and warm aftertaste. Drink now. ROGER VOSS
This cuvée has been crafted from a meticulous selection of chardonnay grapes that provide good vivacity and a rich complexity. Indispensable to any great cuvée, chardonnay is a precious grape variety for champagne that knows exactly how to offer Pommery champagnes delicacy, elegance and freshness.
Pale gold with tender green hints. Exceptional brilliance. Sustained effervescence of a very high finesse. With a remarkable elegance, the first nose reveals a spring freshness. Subtle floral notes of jasmine and acacia are harmoniously paired with delicate grades of linden. After this first impression of an incredible freshness, a large complexity reveals itself during which notes of citrus fruits and a creamy impression of frangipane express themselves alternately. The attack is open, without detour, as a sign of a very great assemblage. The elegance and freshness revealed on the nose can be found back on the palate. The heart of the tasting is of an exemplary righteousness. The aromas of citrus fruits and white fruits (fresh apple) take over. The balance of the final is perfectly revealing the subtle flavor of yellow grapefruit.