The Champagne find of the year! Forget those mass produced Champagne's that are sourced from far away vineyards, Champagne Duperrey is sourced from 100% Premier Cru vineyards, whose quality belies it's fantastic price! Champagne Duperrey is fresh and full flavoured with a crisp dry finish. It shows fine balance between the elegance of the Chardonnay, and the roundness and fruitiness of the Pinot Noir. The palate lingers, with floral, dried fruit and brioche notes. A complex and persistent Champagne full of charm.
The Champagne find of the year! Sourced from 100% Premier Cru vineyards it strikes the perfect balance between the elegance of Chardonnay and the power of Pinot. A complex, persistent Champagne full of charm.
Vintage: NV Score: 94 points
Dan Murphy's Wine Panel
Bright stone fruit, cherry, yeast and lemon aromas have a fair amount of complexity. In the mouth there's powerful flavours of lemon zest, grilled nuts and a bit of sweet honey biscuit flavour. A zippy wine that was my pick in the Duperrey range, which includes a NV rosé and a 2005 vintage release, it has a smooth mousse, grippy, chalky acidity and refreshing, lengthy finish.
Vintage: Non Vintage Score: 4 stars
Source: The Weekly Review
Described on the label as a "premier cru" champagne, Duperrey belongs to the Champagne house of G.H. Martel. Complex floral-based scent with full-ish flavour of dried fruit, toast. As good as others double the price.
Vintage: Non Vintage Jeni Port
Source: Epicure - The Age
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