Palmer & Co. Blanc de Blancs Champagne NV (Champagne, France) - [RP 92] [WS 91] [JS 91]

Palmer & Co. Blanc de Blancs Champagne NV
(Champagne, France) - [RP 92] [WS 91] [JS 91]


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RP92 WS91 JS91
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Notes from the Winemaker:
This Blanc de Blancs cuvée of incomparable purity is based on Chardonnay, mainly from the magnificent vineyards of Trépail and Villers-Marmery.
These Premiers Crus from the Montagne de Reims area, recognised for their elegance and freshness, are blended in a perfect accord with delicately fruity Chardonnay from the Côte de Sézanne.
This crystalline champagne exudes subtle aromas of citrus fruit, white flowers and almonds. Fresh and silky on the palate, it unrolls with finesse on beautiful mineral notes that are typical of these chalky soils.


Ratings & Reviews



92 Points - Robert Parker:
"Tasted from magnum, the latest release of Palmer's NV Blanc de Blancs Brut is showing very well indeed, bursting from the glass with a ripe and expressive bouquet of grapefruit, orange zest, toasted bread, white flowers and nectarines. On the palate, the wine is medium to full-bodied, with an elegantly textural attack, fine depth at the core, ripe but racy acids and a long, flavorful finish. This has always been one of Palmer's emblematic cuvées and this disgorgement—from early 2018—would appear to be a particular success." - William Kelley (Aug 2019)

91 Points - Wine Spectator Magazine:
"Fresh and lightly floral, this well-knit Champagne is light on its feet, featuring a lacy mousse and delicate notes of kiwifruit, pink grapefruit zest, grilled nut and spice. Drink now through 2022. 900 cases imported." - AN (Nov 2019)

91 Points - James Suckling:
"Alluring, toasty, reductive character with lemon-peel and nectarine aromas. The palate has a bold, fleshy serving of ripe, yellow peaches with handy freshness. Drink or hold." (Sep 2018)