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NV Pol Roger Brut Reserve
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89 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - November 2008

($50; L81071496C) Light gold with abundant, fine bubbles. Smoky, mineral-driven aromas of butter, toast, yellow apple and white flowers, with a hint of herbs arriving with air. Juicy, nicely concentrated orchard fruit and cherry pit flavors are sweetened by a gentle honeycomb quality and turn firmer with air. The buttery note repeats on the broad, sappy finish.

90 Points | Wine Spectator
90 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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HRH the Queens Favorite Everyday Bubbly
by muscat10061326
This highly rated & truly classic Champange deserves it's praise. This wine is a huge bargin for the quality. No reviews on this site? Must be a low profit margin on this never promoted gem. The queen served it to the president of France for toasts on a recent PBS show. NV Pol Roger Brut Reserve is a value option on the way to their Churchill vintage champange. Cheers!
by bloomberg11403983
I first had this wine back in France while sitting on the steps of my favorite bordello in the 6th on rue Vavin in Paris. This is truly one of the, if not the best value in Champagne. The wine is crisp, brioche like aromas in the nose reminds me of my childhood growing up next to the neighborhood baker. A wine of this quality under $ 30 dollars deserves a three case order as a starter. After drinking a btl of Pol Roger I understand why Churchill fought so hard to liberate France. He did it for his Pol Rooger!!!!!!
by Beam11942856
I remember a New Years Eve when I wandered around the Champs du Mars between the Ecole Militaire and the Eiffel Tower at Midnight in my tuxedo...drinking a bottle of Pol was a dream and I was in it! I remember that night every time I pop the cork on another bottle!

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