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Daniel Le Brun Blanc De Blancs

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Daniel Le Brun Blanc De Blancs

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Michael Cooper (1998 Vintage) says
The 1998 vintage of this Marlborough bottle-fermented sparkling has lovely vigour and immediacy. Straw-hued, with an eruption of tiny bubbles and inviting, fresh-scented, biscuity, yeasty aromas, it is very smooth and lively, with harmonious, complex flavours, delicate, creamy and rich, good acidity and a lasting finish.
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Michael Cooper (1997 Vintage) says
Some of the early vintages of this entirely Chardonnay-based Marlborough wine were outstanding, especially the 1991. The 1997, based on low-cropping vines and disgorged after five years on its yeast lees, is light gold, with plenty of crisp, citrusy flavour and gentle yeasr characters. It's a moderately complex wine with good length.
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Michael Cooper (1996 Vintage) says
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Michael Cooper (1995 Vintage) says
Some of the early vintages of this entirely Chardonnay-based Marlborough wine were outstanding, especially the 1991 still in magical form. The 1992 vintage has a steady "bead" and developed, yellow colour. It's a big, toasty wine with strong, lemony fruit characters in a mouthfilling style, crisp, buttery and strongly flavoured, but lacks the richness and class of the 1991. The 1995 was disgorged after three and a half years on its yeast lees. Light lemon/green, it's a refined wine with crisp, lemony, appley flavours, gentle yeast influence and a sustained, slightly creamy finish.
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Michael Cooper (1994 Vintage) says
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Michael Cooper (1993 Vintage) says
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Michael Cooper (1992 Vintage) says
Some of the early vintages of this entirely Chardonnay-based Marlborough wine were outstanding, especially the 1991 still in magical form. The 1992 vintage has a steady "bead" and developed, yellow colour. It's a big, toasty wine with strong, lemony fruit characters in a mouthfilling style, crisp, buttery and strongly flavoured, but lacks the richness and class of the 1991. The 1995 was disgorged after three and a half years on its yeast lees. Light lemon/green, it's a refined wine with crisp, lemony, appley flavours, gentle yeast influence and a sustained, slightly creamy finish.
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Michael Cooper (1991 Vintage) says
Some of the early vintages of this entirely Chardonnay-based Marlborough wine were outstanding, especially the 1991 still in magical form. The 1992 vintage has a steady "bead" and developed, yellow colour. It's a big, toasty wine with strong, lemony fruit characters in a mouthfilling style, crisp, buttery and strongly flavoured, but lacks the richness and class of the 1991. The 1995 was disgorged after three and a half years on its yeast lees. Light lemon/green, it's a refined wine with crisp, lemony, appley flavours, gentle yeast influence and a sustained, slightly creamy finish.
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