A Champagne drinkers Champagne. Classically styled with a delicate bead and complex fruit flavours and finish that continues for an age. Perfect as an aperitif, but with enough body to handle almost all food pairings.
Chardonnay of elegance and minerality takes the lead here, producing a fine, pure and pristine style, even in a year as exuberant as 2004. Subtle lemon fruit and fine minerality speak of Taittinger's skill with chardonnay, while pinot noir provides body and balance.
Vintage: 2004 Score: 95 points
THE 2004 vintage champagnes are here and Taittinger is excellent. Made in the ultra-smooth house style, it has a complex nose of rich, honeyed fruit, apple, patisserie and brioche. Mellow liqueuring doesn't unbalance it and the palate's richness has a perfect counterpoint of zesty acidity, with a lingering, bready aftertaste.
Vintage: 2004 Score: 5 stars
Source: Epicure - The Age
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