This pale straw-colored sparkler boasts a fine bread and creamy mouthfeel. The toasty aromas lead into faintly stony and citrusy flavors that finish soft, but smooth. Toast and lime scents resemble those of a decent Champagne, but the flavors are riper and peachier. It's got a fine bead, medium body and some chalky notes as well... the flavors linger. Learn More
Long since free of the aldehyldic problems which once disfigure the wine, this is very rich and complex, with pronounced biscuity/creamy flavours before moving through to a fine finish. 94 points James Halliday Top 100 Learn More
Stephen Tanzer's International Wine cellar: Bright straw with a very fine bead. Pungent, yeasty aromas of intense citrus zest and minerals. Silky, pure and focused, offering vibrant lime and tangerine flavors. Finishes with racy notes of wet stone and lime zest, and excellent length. An outstanding non-vintage bottling with striking vivacity and focus. Learn More
"First made in 1975 in honour of the house's most famous customer, Pol's prestige cuvee rarely fails to impress. Made from pinot noir and chardonnay, this rich yet stylish wine needs at least another five years before it hits its straps."
Philip Rich, The Australian Financial Review Magazine, June 2010 Learn More
A striking champagne from a vintage with assertive power and prowess, it will need time to deliver the trademark Dom Perignon complexity. Bright floral notes, sweet brioche, lemon rind, oyster shell, some spice and subtly nutty hints. The palate sparks to life with great depth and brisk attack - plenty of energy and verve, concentrated red-fruit flavours amid alluring, harmonious, creamy texture. This will start to peak at around 15 years of age. 97 points Nick Stock Good Wine Guide Learn More
"An outstanding vintage from a house so popular in Australia. A delicate style with intense yeasty flavours and brioche, roast nuts and apple notes. Velvety texture, mid-palate creaminess, impeccable balance and crisp, natural acidity to finish." Peter Forrestal Learn More