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NV Charles Heidsieck Brut Reserve
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91 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - December 2013

(roughly one-third each pinot noir, pinot meunier and chardonnay; laid down in 2008 and disgorged in 2012; L122974 3685):  Light gold.  Pungent pear and yellow plum aromas, with smoky mineral and citrus zest nuances adding energy.  Gently sweet citrus marmalade and pear nectar flavors are enlivened by juicy acidity, picking up a toasty, leesy quality with aeration.  Juicy orange and pear flavors linger on the long, vibrant, toasty finish.

93 Points | Wine Spectator
86 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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01/02/2008
by Volney12072052
Excellent. Extremely good for the price.
A Champagne To Adore
12/06/2007
by Avellar12569603
Gorgeous! I adore Charles Heidsieck Brut Reserve Champagne. It tastes rich like vintage champagne. I love the toasty profile like fresh baked brioche with ginger butter and pear chutney. It's definitely a champagne to savour and take a load off with!
Nice Bubbles for the Buck
12/05/2007
by balch12400541
I typically like more mature champagnes with notes of toast and biscuit. Charles Heidsieck was surprisingly good and had those great sur lie notes I really like and a great value to boot. Also great with food. We had it with smoked salmon on a Sunday morning brunch. You cannot go wrong! -RJB

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