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Champagne G. H. Mumm Vintage

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Champagne G. H. Mumm Vintage

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Matt Skinner (2002 Vintage) says
As champagne vintages go, 2002 was a cracker, with many comparing it to the legendary vintages of 1988, 1990 and 1996. Time will tell as to whether or not they were right, but if Mumm's latest vintage offering is anything to go by, then early hype looks to be bang on the money. With 180 years' worth of experience to draw on, expect an essay in style and substance Ð where chardonnay, some of which is oak-aged Ð takes the lead. The smells and flavours include fresh bread, marzipan and bright citrus marmalade; while, in the mouth, it's long, fine, and packed with finesse. Drink it while watching a Grand Prix.
Matt Skinner's Wine Guide 2011
Nick Stock (1999 Vintage) says
Released after seven years on lees, this has the same sweet red fruit nose as the standard non-vintage wine, very much a pinot noir-dominant blend, with some vanilla and gentle spices and a layer of more savoury characters too. The palate holds a rich, savoury line of flavour with plenty of autolysis richness, some nougat, gentle honey and grilled nuts - it holds the freshness and has plenty of intensity through the finish.
The Penguin Good Australian Wine Guide 2010 2009

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