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Best Wine Of The World Champagne

Best Wine Of The World Champagne

This year, a lot of Champagne producers have decided to present their products to the palate of the Best Sommelier of the World. In this 100% blind tasting, Andreas Larsson, has given to each wine a description without any label influence. It is all about nose, taste, and aftertaste.  For sure, some producers are scared to see their Champagne underscored but it always reveals some trust in their own product. From now on, you can find all the results on

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Champagne Boizel – Joyau De France 2000 - Brut
France – Champagne – White
91 Points
Medium deep golden colour. The nose is mature and complex with ginger bread, windfall, citrus confit, butter and brioche. The palate is full bodied, mature and rounded with a fine creaminess, layers of ripe fruit, ginger, clove and citrusy notes give a lift, nutty and long on the finish.

Champagne Charbaux Frères 2008 - Brut Blanc de Blancs
France – Champagne – White
92 Points
Bright golden colour with a lively mousse. Quite floral nose showing tropical hints of pineapple, apricot, sweet citrus, saffron and fresh butter. The palate is dense and vigorous with layers of ripe yellow fruit, notes of almond paste and toast, very long finish, still young but good purity of fruit and a good potential indeed.

Champagne Moët & Chandon – Grand Vintage Rosé 2006 - Brut
France – Champagne – Rosé
92 Points
Medium deep pink with lively but fine bubbles. The nose is intense with an approaching complexity, with a red fruit of pinot character where raspberry, red currant, ginger and ginger bread spices meet some brioche and butter from the lees ageing, still with a slight « green » touch of pistachio nuts.

Champagne Piper Heidsieck 2008 - Brut
France – Champagne – White
93 Points
Light golden colour and an intense mousse. Very classic nose with roasted nuts, smoke, barely ripe stone fruit and lemon confit. The palate is dense, very fresh, yet finely balanced by lush yellow fruit, a creamy mid palate, long and vigorous finish, delicious now but with really fine potential.

Champagne Philipponat – Clos Des Goisses 2006 - Brut
France – Champagne – White
93 Points
Light golden colour and fine bubbles. The nose is floral with ripe fruit, some windfall, crushed pear, hazelnut and toast. The palate is rather broad, yet with a fresh backbone, a creamy texture, citrus and pear with some more red fruit on the finish. Drinks well today but still has a lot to give. Should develop truly well.

Champagne Taittinger – Comtes de Champagne 2006 - Brut Blanc de Blancs
France – Champagne – White
94 Points
Bright light golden colour with a fine mousse. Pure and mineral style, with a fine toastiness, ripe yellow fruit, citrus confit with some spicy notes of lemongrass and ginger. The palate has good density with pure stone fruit. Fine toast with bread, butter and brioche. Elegant and mineral style that still have a lot to give over the coming years.

Champagne Dom Pérignon 2006 - Brut
France – Champagne – White
95 Points
Bright medium deep straw colour with fine bubbles. The nose is finely toasty with crushed nuts, pistachio, ripe citrus, apricot and some floral notes The palate has bright freshness and layers of hazelnut, stone fruit, ripe citrus and a fine toastiness all along. Rich and lingering finish with both persistency and a fine creaminess, a powerful example that is delicious now but should age tremendously.