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Chartogne Taillet Brut Champagne "Cuvee Sainte Anne" NV (Champagne, France) - [WS 92, #87 Top 100 2017] [RP 92] [WE 91] [VM 91]
Chartogne Taillet Brut Champagne "Cuvee Sainte Anne" NV (Champagne, France) - [WS 92, #87 Top 100 2017] [RP 92] [WE 91] [VM 91]


 
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Winery: Chartogne-Taillet
Varietal: 60% Chardonnay, 40% Pinot Noir
Region: Champagne, France
Vintage: N.V.
Bottle Size: 750 ml

Product Code: CHARTOGNETAILLETBRUTSTANNE-W

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Ratings & Reviews

92 Points
#87 Top 100 of 2017 - Wine Spectator Magazine:
"A bright, finely meshed version that shows beautiful harmony throughout, offering flavors of Gala apple, spring forest, almond pastry and lemon curd riding the creamy mousse. Lasting, spiced finish. Disgorged February 2016. Drink now through 2022. 1,300 cases imported.” – AN (Nov 30, 2017)

92 Points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate:
"The latest installment of one of my favorite “intro-level” Champagnes, the Chartogne-Taillet NV Brut Cuvee Ste.-Anne Disg. 6/2013 pushes the qualitative element even beyond what I recall under this label from two or three years ago, and must be counted (relative to its appellation) as a sensational value. A haunting nose of ocean spray with clam and oyster liquor anticipates the mouthwateringly saline, mysteriously meaty and seaweed-tinged aspects of a polished palate that’s also informed by luscious, pit-tinged white peach, fresh lemon and almond. (And were it not for that last trio, here would surely be one of those wondrous instances where you find yourself asking how a wine’s flavors can possibly come from grapes!) Ultra-juicy and palate- as well as saliva gland-massaging, the finish here left me licking my lips in anticipation of the next sip. What’s more, this cuvee is among the most versatile at table of any in Champagne. Feel free to follow the current disgorgement for 2-3 years. The blend, by the way, is 60-40 Chardonnay-Pinot and features vintage 2010 with 40% from 2009 and 2008." - David Schildknecht (Nov 2013)

91 Points - Wine Enthusiast Magazine:
"Dark, rich and sensuous, this is a ripe Champagne, boasting pear and apricot flavors. Although the aftertaste appears dry, the richness gives it a very sumptuous mouthfeel, leaving a long, full aftertaste." — R.V. (12/1/2008)

91 Points - Vinous Media:
"The NV Brut Cuvée Ste.-Anne is, as always, a terrific introduction to Alexandre Chartogne's wines. Equal parts Pinot and Chardonnay, the Ste.-Anne offers lovely textural breadth and nuance. Almonds, honey, mint and dried pears open up nicely in the glass. Think of the Ste.-Anne like a village-level Burgundy from a top grower. Best of all, the Ste.-Anne is a terrific value in fine, artisan Champagne. The current release is equal parts Chardonnay and Pinot Noir based on 2012, with 20% each 2011 an 2010 reserve wines. Drink this forward, supple Champagne over the next few years. Dosage is 4 grams/liter." - Antonio Galloni (Nov 2015)



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