Founded in 1772 in Riems, Veuve Clicquot now takes its place along other famous Champagnes such as Dom Perignon, Krug and Moet in the LVMH group. The Carte Jaune / Yellow Label showcases the house style - fruity and pleasing to the nose with complexity on the palate. A very easy-to-drink Champagne.
, Nov 2009,
Brioche and nuts. Almost spicy fruit - apples with a touch of cloves, dry finish, slightly honeyed, nice length. Drink 2007-09.
Stephen Tanzer's IWC
, Jan 2013, 90
(roughly 50% pinot noir, 30% chardonnay and 20% pinot meunier; Lot 14009913): Light gold. Musky orchard fruits and dried fig on the mineral-accented nose. Fleshy and broad on the palate, offering smoky pear and nectarine flavors and a hint of honey. Finishes on a gently spicy note, with very good cling and a touch of bitter lemon pith. Things have definitely begun to turn around for this bottling, which had been lagging behind the winery's vintage offerings for some time.
Tasted blind. Came 11th out of 12 in the tasting. Pale straw
gold. Light, complex nose. Good savour. Some smokiness. Really neat and tight.
Lots of potential. Some appley acidity and really clean on the end. Very
complex on the end. Full of vitality. One of the most youthful wines in this
dozen. Delicate bead.
, Nov 2013, 90
Well-knit and balanced, with vibrant acidity framing hints of blackberry, white cherry, biscuit, honey and candied lemon zest. Offers a lightly smoky finish. Drink now through 2016. –AN
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