£62£72£62 per 75cl
Brut - White French Champagne
The Grands Crus selected by Pommery enjoy exceptional locations in vineyards of the Champagne region: their south–south-east exposure ensures maximum sunlight and their cultivation in the middle of hill slopes in rich chalky Champagne terrain guarantees excellent irrigation of the foot of the vines. Only 7 grand cru sites are used to make this cuvée. A complex nose of ripe stone fruits and French toast. More robust on the palate, with a long and structured finish. As it is a richer style of champagne it can stand up to many different dishes, making it great to drink throughout the meal.
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Suitable for vegetarians
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Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (3)
Best vintage champagne that I have tasted for a long while
very nice champagne
Definitely one of the better champagnes Ive had. Id say its a little sharper that I normally prefer. But served at the right temperature its a delight to drink
Very nice Champagne
In a similar stable as the other main brands with their 2004 Vintage, this isn't the greatest year for any of them but this has really good depth of flavour, a rich steady mouse and not over fizzy, with a rather deep straw colour, I really enjoyed it. Like similar priced leading Champagnes theres not really that much between the main names, I dont think any of them produce a poor Champagne its just a matter of preference, and budget. In order of preference I prefer Krug, Pol Roger, Bollinger, Pommery then Veuve, just to give you an idea of my palate, I would highly recommend Pommery Vintage 04 especially when on a price promotion. This arrived unboxed just in case your'e thinking of giving this as a gift.