The 2017 Blanc de Blancs Brut Nature Langenlois Grosse Reserve shows an intense yet vibrant golden-yellow colour as well as a deep, rich and pure yet still completely closed bouquet that reveals great complexity with stony, iodine and chalky notes that are reminiscent of Chablis. On the palate, the wine is light yet intense, dense and tensioned, tight, bone dry, saline and nicely reductive, so pretty much Burgundian. The finish is pure, tight, fresh and iodine-tinged, with flint stone notes and mineral grip. This is a spectacular Blanc de Blancs. Highly delicate on the refreshing and tensioned finish. There is no fruit but chalk, tension and a lot of music! Remarkably fine. Disgorged at the end of October 2020 and tasted in December.
95+ points. Stephan Reinhardt, Wine Advocate
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