N.V. Jean Lallement Champagne Brut Grand Cru (France, Champagne)

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Champagne, Chardonnay, France, Pinot Noir


Excellent bottle of Champagne. Medium fine mousse and bead and a great texture that’s creamy and racy at the same time. Unmistakably, I could taste hazelnut flavors and none of the citrus and apple peel flavors I usually look for in my BdBs. Regardless, stunner bottle. Also…I don’t know what the dosage on this is, but I’d guess it’s fairly high. The wine has a sweet fruit edge to it and the texture seems less racy tan most Champagnes I drink. Amazingly, in this Champagne, it worked great for me.

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2 thoughts on “N.V. Jean Lallement Champagne Brut Grand Cru (France, Champagne)”

  1. Just a comment about the dosage in this wine. It is in fact very low. I don’t know the exacts but I think it’s likely somewhere around 4g. The sweetness in the fruit simply comes from the exceptional handling in the vinification process, coupled with the distinctive terroir that is Verzanay/Verzy.-LeS

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  2. Leif Erik.Thanks for the comment. Interesting to hear that this has very low dosage. I would have never guessed. Great thing about wine is that there’s always something new to learn.

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