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James Suckling
Billecart-Salmon, NV Billecart-Salmon Brut Réserve

93
"I drink this regularly and always enjoy it. Wonderful aromas of light dough, fresh flowers, and sliced pears and peaches. Full-bodied yet agile and fresh, it shows layers of marvelous light tropical fruit and cream with hints of dough on the finish. Mostly 2011 with some reserve wines. From 47% pinot meunier, 30% chardonnay and the rest pinot noir."
–Sept 2014, James Suckling
Wine Enthusiast
Billecart-Salmon, NV Billecart-Salmon Brut Réserve

91
"This blend includes 40 percent pinot meunier, the balance equal parts pinot noir and chardonnay. Its remarkable fruitiness might be tied to the firm’s long, slow, cool fermentations, which, they believe, allow meunier to maintain its perfume. This is a graceful, vinous Champagne with dramatic high notes of roses and red fruit, finishing clean with a grounding of pale earthiness. It’s a lovely prediction of what Champagne might become in a warming climate."
–December 2013
Wine & Spirits
Billecart-Salmon, NV Billecart-Salmon Brut Réserve

91
"This is a graceful, vinous Champagne with dramatic high notes of roses and red fruit, finishing clean with a grounding of pale earthiness. It’s a lovely prediction of what Champagne might become in a warming climate."
–December 2013
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NV Billecart-Salmon Brut Réserve
Billecart-Salmon

40% Pinot Meunier
30% Pinot Noir
30% Chardonnay

Fruit comes from Vallée de la Marne and is made up of 3 vintages with up to 40% reserve wine. It is produced completely with first press juice.

The wine undergoes a long, low temperature vinification to preserve freshness and aromas and ages 3 years on the lees to ensure perfect quality upon release.

Very low dosage: 7g/L
(Also available in Demi-Sec – Dosage: 32-50 g/L)

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