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NV Jose Michel et Fils Brut
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90 Points | International Wine Cellar , December 2013

(70% pinot meunier and 30% chardonnay):  Light gold.  Sexy, mineral-accented red berry and floral scents are complemented by a hint of anise.  Redcurrant and bitter orange zest flavors pick up a toasty nuance with air and show a light touch that's enhanced by a chalky mineral tone.  Lingers nicely on the finish, which features subtle honeysuckle and rhubarb qualities.

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Great Taste-Low Cost
01/05/2004
by MedicineMan
Great alternative to Roderer Brut Premier
The best champagne I ever gave away.
11/17/2005
by apor
I gave this as a birthday gift and of course I got a glass or two for my self. After years of buying the usual suspects (taitt, jouet, veuve, etc.), this wine was a tremendous surprise. I will buy this again, though not until I taste every other champagne Moore brothers has to offer first!
04/28/2003
by pinot10512626
Wonderfully crisp and light-was a perfect match for the Gougere which was served with it.
Celebrate something special
11/29/2002
by Prosecco173
with this beautifully made champagne. This was the starter for an anniversary dinner, but we keep going back to it throughout the meal. The fine and subtle bubbles were amazingly steadfast.

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