5th December 2014
In 1874, Pommery created the first brut Champagne. Each year, Pommery and Cellar Director Thierry Gasco perpetuate the house’s style, which is characterised by elegant yet discreet aromas, freshness and vivacity on the palate, with a long, supple finish, and a structure that is well-built but light at the same time.
Refinement, perfection, magic, and respect for tradition and innovation are the terms that qualify Pommery’s style. Its Brut Royal draws its essence from vivacity, freshness, and finesse.
Pale yellow with light green accents.
It is vivacious and cheerful, fresh, easy, fine, delicate, and open. It has notes of citrus and white flowers combined with small berry notes.
Elegant, vibrant. Initial notes of berries. The wine is round, ample, and delicate, with a nice finish. Clear end notes without any dryness. This wine is harmonious and never grows tiresome to the palate.
At any time of day or night
Pommery Brut Silver has all the characteristics of vivacity, freshness, and finesse as Pommery Brut Royal, but in a more refined form. Since it was created in 1996, top names in French cuisine—like Gérard Boyer and Yannick Alléno, 3-star chef at Le Meurice in Paris and Pommery brand ambassador—have chosen it as the ultimate champagne for fine dining.
Brilliant and pale yellow in colour with nice persistence and effervescence.
Freshness, finesse, elegance, creamy—almost buttery—notes, citrus (pink grapefruit).
The creaminess explodes, binding the wine’s flavours. It contains nutty notes (hazelnut) as well as notes of dried apricot, vanilla, blond tobacco, and biscuit dough.
Ideal wine for serving between hors d’oeuvres and the first course.
Millésime Grand Cru 2005
The year of tranquillity.
It is a lovely yellow in colour with attractive hints of green. Its sheer transparency is such that you can glimpse the treasures it holds within.
Behind the first nose, which is quite fat, silky and almost creamy, attractive floral notes of very slightly dried flowers emerge. Next appear light and delicate scents of spices and bay leaf to act as a counterpoint, and a final touch to create a perfectly balanced wine.
On the palate, it is like being lulled by a nice softness, everything is harmony itself, everything strikes absolutely the right note, everything is perfectly in place, delicacy reigns supreme.
Shared by Adrian Beckett
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