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1995 Pol Roger Cuvee Sir Winston Churchill Brut
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90 Points | Connoisseurs' Guide to California Wine
93 Points | International Wine Cellar , November/December 2005

($195) Medium straw, with a powerful mousse. Dense and earthy on the nose, with strong toasty and buttery tones layered on ripe apple and pear fruit. This is both very '95 in a positive sense and very Pol Roger. Fat and round in the mouth, with extravagant flavors of buttered toast, ripe orange and poached pear, complemented by subtle notes of cinnamon and mace. A lush, velvety Champagne that completely fills the mouth with flavor and creamy texture. This would go wonderfully with absolutely anything-or on its own. (Frederick Wildman & Sons, New York, NY)

94 Points | Wine Spectator

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Pol Roger Winston Churchill
08/29/2006
by Roboz11719159
...as formerly served on the Concorde. Wonderful!

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