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Henriot Brut Souverain

Cracka Review

Appearance: The colour is characterised by a brilliant light straw-gold. Effervescence is dense and persistent, with fine, regular bubbles.

Nose: Initially the nose is precise, expressive and refreshing, with notes of citrus and yellow fruit; floral fragrances (vine flowers, elderflowers) and pastry aromas (brioche, toast, grilled almond) follow.

Palate: A lively, fresh and balanced attack, with pastry, spice (vanilla) and fruity (morello cherry, candied plum) notes. The full texture precedes a clean, refreshing finish marked by citrus fruit aromas.

Food: Red tuna carpaccio marinated in dill, yoghurt and capers.

Winemaker's Notes

Appearance: The colour is characterised by a brilliant light straw-gold. Effervescence is dense and persistent, with fine, regular bubbles.

Nose: Initially the nose is precise, expressive and refreshing, with notes of citrus and yellow fruit; floral fragrances (vine flowers, elderflowers) and pastry aromas (brioche, toast, grilled almond) follow.

Palate: A lively, fresh and balanced attack, with pastry, spice (vanilla) and fruity (morello cherry, candied plum) notes. The full texture precedes a clean, refreshing finish marked by citrus fruit aromas.

Food: Red tuna carpaccio marinated in dill, yoghurt and capers.

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Henriot Brut Souverain

Expert Reviews

Nick Stock says
A very fine and elegant nose - quite pretty - with white florals, strawberries and other wild red fruits, very alluring and with the merest hints of savoury brioche. The palate's more citrusy, with zesty lemon flavours, some peach and nectarine stone fruits, and a precise, sherbet-like citrusy finish.
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The Good Wine Guide
91
WINESTATE says
Described by one judge as being, _bright and alive with excellent alertnessî. Some lovely citrus/lime intensity to the long, lingering palate.
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