Veuve Clicquot Brut (Carte Jaune) Champagne
The Yellow Label looks gorgeous: golden yellow, with a foam necklace and small bubbles.
At first, the wine smells of white fruit and raisins, then of vanilla and brioche. We can observe a sophisticated relationship between the fruity aromas coming from the grape varieties and the roasting smell created by aging in the bottle.
The first sip offers all the freshness and boldness that is so characteristic of Yellow Label, with a symphony of fruity flavors that follows. This is a true member of the mighty Brut family, which is well structured and has admirable wine qualities.
The long-lasting aroma of each individual note of fruit or spice echoes and bounces back again.