Maison de Grand Esprit Les Petites Vignettes Pinot Noir Chardonnay Brut

Now this is a pretty package. If they could put out this quality, in this packaging, at this price every year – they could easily have a massive winner of their hands. Love the label, the look, the feel and the wine, in the context of all that, itself. Love the price too.

It might be from France but it isn’t a wine for purists – it’s for pure enjoyment. It smells delicate and bready, floral and welcoming, and when you lift it to your mouth it delivers on all of its promise. Toasty, fruity, rose-like, fairly heavy on the liqueur but in an attractive way … and in the context of an overall sense of elegance. Lovely chardonnay-inspired flavours through the finish. Spot on.

Alcohol : 12.5%
Price : $26
Closure : Cork
Drink : 2009 - 2012
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