This was consumed at the same time as a Laherte Ultradition. Both more in a vinous style, but the Coulon is more rich, savory and powerful. Love both!
Normally equal parts meunier/Pinot noir/chard. Gold in the glass. Mousse certainly isn’t as powerful or as aggressive as the Laherte Ultradition, but it is more creamy. This is a champagne that sports a more savory profile with a truffle cashew vibe, but has plenty of golden raspberries and lemon scone fruit flavors. Oak and use of reserve wine is noticeable here but they play to the background. A toasty champagne but not an overly yeasty one. I love this style. This is close in profile to my favorite large house producer, Charles Heidsieck (their brut reserve), but this is slightly more savory…the CHeidsieck has an extra dimension I just love, but this is a great alternative. — a month ago
Clay brick mud. Murky. Raisin. High alcohol. Graphite mud leather raisin. Leather graphite mud dates. Dark chocolate. Medium body. Soft tannin and length length length. — 2 months ago
Vintage Wine 66. Dry but balanced the first night. Apple notes the second. — 21 days ago
I like it. — 12 days ago
Very effervescent and light bubbles. Notes of lemon and pear. Light almond torte on the back — a month ago
Classy ChdP, very enjoyable. — 2 months ago