Delamotte Blanc de Blancs Vintage 2007 (Magnum 150cl)
- 91 / 100 Parker
- 91 / 100 Wine Spectator
- 93 / 100 James Suckling
2007 was not the most straightforward vintage, but like all vintages, it was marked by certain key events. A surprisingly mild winter and an exceptionally warm winter made for an early and promising start to the growing season.
However, the growth was hindered by a cold rainy August, following a sunny weather leading to a rise in temperature and the grapes were fast-tracked to ripeness.
Harvest began as early as August 30th for Chardonnay, Grands Crus delivering impeccable fruit with a fine balance of acidity and potential alcohol.
This wine will continue to develop and refine its charms way into the future – way beyond 2030 without a doubt.
EYE: Soft gold with green reflections its glows by its countless small bubbles.
NOSE: The aroma of white flowers, orange blossom, jasmine, hints of Williams pear and uplifting spearmint.
MOUTH: Honeyed and spiked with citrus, youthful and maturing as it lingers in the mouth.