Pol Roger Brut Vintage 200475cl
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Looking for a unique champagne for a special occasion? Here you are right: The Roger Brut Vintage 2004 consists of 60% Pinot and 40% Chardonnay and ripens in the Montagne de Reims and Côte des Blancs. This champagne was only produced in limited quantities and is therefore something very special. The Pol Roger Brut Vintage 2004 matured in the cellar for 8 years before it was launched on the international market. We are sure this luxurious champagne will convince you.
Description of Pol Roger Brut Vintage 2004
Pol Roger Brut Vintage 2004 (Chardonnay and Pinot Noir)
Pol Roger Brut 2004: A fresh, floral and fruity harvest perfectly ripe
DESIGNATION OF ORIGIN: Champagne
VINEYARD: Pol Roger
Grapes: 40% Chardonnay, 60% Pinot Black
PAIRING: Ideal as an aperitif
TEMPERATURE: 11 º C
Reviews and Desseauve Bettane guide 16.5/20 17/20 Revue du Vin de France 17.5/20 Guide Item 5 (Champagne Special) 2 stars Guide Hachette des Vins 93/100 Wine Spectator 87/100 Richard Juhlin Guide 5 / Larousse champagne
Pol Roger is a French champagne house that crafts a high-quality line of sparkling wines from the heart of the Champagne region. This small house places top importance on quality, not quantity and is known around the world for the elegance, finesse, and balance of its wines. With the sublime Sir Winston Churchill, the fine line of vintage champagnes and the beautiful non-vintage range, Pol Roger offers a full range of champagnes for all audiences.More about the Winery
Reviews of Pol Roger Brut Vintage 2004
- The finish is long and dry. This is a classy mid-term vintage from Pol Roger that will continue to improve for at least 5 years in bottle and in magnum for 10-12 years.
- Typically this has the power to match fine dining and would work well with lobster or other crustaceans as well as rich or pungent or spicy dishes.
- Vintage champagne is by definition the wine of a single year and it must rely on the success of that harvest alone. Vintage champagne is therefore produced only when all the necessary components of climate, grape quality and ripeness at harvest come together for the winemaker to produce a wine of optimum intensity, structure and balance.
Deep colour at first sight. Very yeasty and biscuity on the nose. The grape had presence.
Would pair it with some kind of special meat.