Billecart Salmon - Cuvee Elisabeth - Brut Rosé

97 points - The Wine Advocate
Regular price €255.60 Inc Vat
€340.80/l
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"Disgorged with seven grams per litre dosage, the 2008 Brut Rosé Cuvée Elisabeth Salmon is one of the finest wines I've tasted from Billecart in recent years. Unwinding in the glass with aromas of peach, mandarin oil, warm bread, red berries and petals, it's full-bodied, deep and vinous, with lovely mid-palate amplitude, terrific concentration and bright girdling acids. In what is quite a tightly wound vintage and from a house whose style is rather understated, this is a dramatic, fleshy wine that concludes with a long, flavourful finish." - William Kelley
Country: France
Region: Champagne
Producer: Billecart-Salmon
Style: Brut

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