"Through a hue of bright, medium-straw, the youthful luminescence of lemon zest and white fruits hold their radiance, accented seamlessly with gun int reduction and the billowing maturity of Parisienne baguette, toasted brioche, dried fig, nougat and roasted hazelnuts. Its creamy, silky, luscious mouthfeel and notes of vanilla and crème brûlée are gloriously heightened, culminating in a finish softly accented by tertiary, smoky, iodine nuances. Its tanginess integrates as its creaminess blossoms, yet it upholds just the right acid tension and softly textural grip on a finish of marvellous line and length. In sheer line and persistence, this is a Dom Pérignon of the highest order."
Tyson Stelzer The Champagne Guide 2018-2019