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NV Gosset Excellence Brut
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Champagne
NV Gosset Excellence Brut

Producer: Gosset
Style: Sparkling
Grape Type: Champagne Blend
Origin: France
Region: Champagne

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93 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - December 2013

(made with fruit that was sourced from 15 different premier and grand cru sites in the Cote de Blancs and Montagne de Reims; aged for four years on its lees before disgorgement; L1336121):  Vivid yellow.  Powerful, mineral-accented orchard fruits and Meyer lemon the nose, with a sexy floral nuance adding complexity.  Stains the palate with concentrated pear, melon and lemon curd flavors, with a smoky, leesy quality building with aeration.  Surprisingly lively for its depth of flavor thanks to bright, nervy acidity and a chalky quality.  Closes long and toasty, with excellent clarity and lift.

92 Points | Wine Spectator

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Amazing
01/15/2008
by waterman12538866
Had a tasting of this in NYC this past weekend. It has been some time since I have had the heavy hitters of Champagne, but at this price point, I would look no further. This is an amazing, crisp, acidic wine, with tight structure and wonderful finish. Could drink this all day by itself, or with a lobster tail.
Not Great, Not bad
10/06/2006
by winewarehouse
Pale gold color. Slightly muted aromas of apple and biscuit with a whiff of minerals. Rather uninteresting flavors, but a tangy acid spine keeps it refreshing. Decent finish. Not bad, but not very interesting. -NM

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