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2003 Vilmart et Cie Grand Cellier D'Or Brut
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93 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - December 2009

($88; 80% chardonnay and 20% pinot noir; disgorged February, 2009) Greenish-yellow color. Intense, incisive aromas of orange zest, Meyer lemon, salty minerals, ginger and white flowers, with a slow-building smoky quality; smells a lot like a high-end Chablis. Smooth, sappy, concentrated citrus and orchard fruit flavors are complicated by notes of brioche, honey and zesty minerals. Impressively fresh for a wine from this hot vintage, boasting strong finishing minerality and spicy persistence.

92 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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