Sarl Champagne William Saintot Cuvee Seduction Champagne mini review

Every year I give my nieces a treat at Christmas, a bottle of Pol Roger champagne for them to have a magical New Years eve … I recently attended a tasting of this champagne and was suitably impressed. The bottle is a little less than but the flavors are impeccable. Pale in color with a nice apple and pear nose. On the mid palate this is a lovely vibrant champage with apple/pear and loads of minerality coming through. On the medium length finish the wine is nice and dry with citrus notes and minerality coating the palate beautifully. This is a smooth elegant yummy champagne. It doesn’t come cheap, but if your looking for something special this just might fit the bill. I would give it an 89-90. It’s 55% chard from 2015, and 45% 2014.  6.5g/l!

from the LCBO web site Check stock:
Sarl Champagne William Saintot Cuvee Seduction Champagne LCBO#: 100197

Light gold, gray reflections with fine bubbles. Buttery aromas with some roasted notes, then comes fruit with a freshness of citrus and citronella in finale. An attractive bottle with everything in harmony. Ideal for the aperitif and the beginning of a meal.

Bottle Size: 750 mL bottle
Alcohol/Vol: 12%
Made In: Champagne, France
By: Sarl Champagne William Saintot
Varietal: Chardonnay

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