Champagne Grand Cru Millesime Brut 2004

Egly - Ouriet: Champagne Grand Cru Millesime Brut 2004

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Pinot Noir 70%, Chardonnay 30%
weiß, trocken
12,5% Vol.
Trinkreife: 2016–2044
Verpackt in: 6er
exotisch & aromatisch
voll & rund
Lobenberg: 94–95/100
Wine Spectator: 94/100
Parker: 93/100
Galloni: 93/100
Frankreich, Champagne
Allergene: Sulfite, Abfüllerinformation

Wine Spectator über: Champagne Grand Cru Millesime Brut

-- Wine Spectator: Like a walk through a Turkish bazaar, this firm, finely cut Champagne is laced with exotic ground spice and incense notes, accented by pure flavors of apricot preserves, pastry cream, cognac and candied kumquat, all set on a fine and satiny mousse. 94/100


Parker über: Champagne Grand Cru Millesime Brut

-- Parker: Golden in color, the 2004 Brut Millésime Grand Cru offers an intense and precise aroma of slightly toasted whole-grain bread, brownish apples, apple strudel, oranges, dried fruits, raisins, brioche, and hints of mocha and nougat. This full-bodied yet lovely, really pure and dry wine is very elegant, quite expressive on the palate, and finishes with a refreshing lime aroma and citric acidity. This is a classic for fans of complex Champagnes of great purity and finesse. The wine is very well structured and quite firm in the finish and aftertaste, and can be stored for 4-5 years. The wine was sourced from old vines in grands cru vineyards of Ambonnay and bottled for the second fermentation without filtration. It was then kept on the lees for 100 months and disgorged in November 2013. 93/100


Galloni über: Champagne Grand Cru Millesime Brut

-- Galloni: The 2004 Brut Grand Cru Millésime is precise and delineated in the glass, with plenty of cut and overall verve. Crushed flowers, candied lemon, white flowers, almonds, mint and anise are all finely-knit in this chiseled, crystalline Champagne. A precise, saline finish rounds things out nicely. The mid-weight, linear style is very much in keeping with the personality of the year. Disgorged July 2014. 93/100

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Francis Egly zählt heute neben Selosse, Agrapart und Co. zu den Superstars der Champagne. Direkt nach Übernahme der Geschicke 1982 begann er seine Champagner selbst auszubauen und abzufüllen.