Albert Lebrun Champagne

This website is using a security service to protect itself from online attacks. The service requires full JavaScript support in order to view the website.”This pure Chardonnay Champagne takes fruit from grand cru sites in the prized Côte des Blancs, so it’s little surprise that the result is excellent. It has the hallmarks of delicious Blanc de Blancs, with notes of pineapple and lemon, a touch of butter, cream, hazelnut and chalk.” – The Drinks Business

Champagne is mature with some bottle age. That has resulted in a rich wine, hinting at minerality and with concentration and fine depths of ripe apple and nutty flavors. The aftertaste has freshness and a fine lift.” – Wine Enthusiast
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“The Champagne is mature with some bottle age. That has resulted in a rich wine, hinting at minerality and with concentration and fine depths of ripe apple and nutty flavors. The aftertaste has freshness and a fine lift.” – Wine Enthusiast
“A ripe, generous style with notes of nougat and toffee apple plus touches of tropical fruit and caramel. A wine to please, for all its indulgence.” – Decanter

“A hyper-rich Côte des Blancs Champagne, this wine’s brioche scents and spicy jasmine notes have a classical profile, while the bold and generous flavors give it powerful drive. Pour it with meaty snacks in puff pastry, like sautéed wild mushrooms or mini beef Wellingtons.” – Wine & Spirits
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The marker of quality was apparent in the medium golden color of Albert Lebrun. It was the first indicator of high-quality ripe fruit that went into it. On the contrary, entry-level Champagnes are quite pale in color, and it’s expected.

The mousse had a fine bubble with a creamy sensation. On the palate, it all came together: a pie crust with baked apple, lemon, orange, and lemon rind.