The dried fruit flavours are intertwined with a subtle hint of hazelnut sponge cake and honey. Full-bodied, elegant, with gentle bubbles and a very long aftertaste.A beautiful interplay of white meadow flowers, lemon and honey. All this is complemented by a delicate note of toasted bread, vanilla and brioche, the result of a long maturation on yeast.Youthfully ripe sparkling wine for the most demanding wine lovers. Is the pride of the cellar!
The release of the CO2 in the mouth is pleasant and refreshing. The taste is balanced, harmonious, with a delicate aroma of raspberries, currants and strawberries. It calls for another glass after just one sip. Delicate, a fine bouquet of red fruit, dried fruit and toast.
The Drappier Carte d’Or expresses all the aromas of the noble grape variety Pinot Noir. This in fact constitutes at least 80% of the blend. A red grape producing white juice, it is sought after not only for its structure but also for its very characteristic fine notes of red fruits.With a very high proportion of Pinot Noir one is savouring what is nearly a Blanc de Noirs. A Champagne of great aromatic richness. The taste begins with stone fruits such as white vineyard peaches. A spicy note emerges in a powerful and complexmouthfeel. A vinous Champagne of grand complexity, with a characteristic touch of quince jelly.
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Light yellow, green tints.Intense notes, a blend of fruit (lychee, etc.) and rose, with some lighter notes of citrus (lemon, grapefruit).This sharp, dry wine is supple and forthright on entry to the palate.Nice balance of acidity and a finish with notes of lychees and citrus.This noble grape variety has been growing in popularity in Germany in recent years. Its spicy character will be best appreciated with cheeses or a meat curry.
Deep ruby colour with no garnet tinges. It combines the colour shade of two years younger Duet, and depth of Duet Lex. It gives a very young impression for its age. Careless taster might well be surprised by its nose. Kolos used to be big, bold and very ripe, but from vintage 2015, “less is more” slogan would describe it more accurately. Itis still very intense on the nose, though, unsurprisingly, a bit less compared to Duet Lex. Opulence, aromatic diversity and complexity are the keys here. Though fullyripe, freshness is still very much present as well as open fruitiness. Dry, with ripe, grippy, noble tannins and firm structure, which will allow for a slow and dependable maturation.The taste on the palate is layered, complex and acts like a well-played orchestra. Its aroma intensity, which is not a result of over ripeness or too much of new oak, full bodywhich is perfectly in line with ripe and refreshing acidities, supple tannins - all these are providing elegance and drinkability. So much important atributes for a classic wine lover who to enjoy his wine with food and is immune to critics scores.From vintage 2015 on Kolos is much more elegant and subdued wine very much like refined, completed edition of already sophisticated Duet Lex. Kolos is now colossal by many parameters. Muscles, full body and over ripeness are not among them. Kolos is a wine produced to be lay-down in a cellar. The patience will be well-rewarded. Nevertheless, Kolos is (almost) ready when released.
“Les Granilites” is a mineral wine. Its terroir provides it with lovely taunt acidity and a wellhoned tannic structure. Fine, tight tannins, beautiful mineral tautness derived from the granite. Long-lasting finish with lovely dark berry notes.