The Bailly-Lapierre 2007 Vive-la-Joie Brut (Crémant de Bourgogne) wine is of the Champagne Blend variety from France, produced within the Vive-la-Joie Brut vineyard in the Burgundy province. The cost is $30. This wine has a score of 94/100 (an outstanding score).
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This opens with aromas of underbrush, underbrush and a balsamic note. The firm, chewy palate offers dried black cherry, black raspberry and a hint of orange peel alongside smooth, polished tannins. It’s well balanced and robust, so enjoy soon. Drink after 2018.
After being released last summer, this wine is a blend of 50 Cabernet Sauvignon and 50 Merlot. It’s pretty much the same level of expression, with its spicy black fruits, black currants and the tannins that come from wood aging. The acidity is bright and the balance is pure, so it’s a fine apritif.
This is a solid, well-made and attractive wine. It’s a blend of mostly Cabernet Sauvignon, with the balance of Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon. It’s a full bodied, concentrated wine, with aromatics that are enhanced by earthy, savory accents. The wine remains firm and solid as it opens, with dark chocolate and dark plum fruit flavors.
This is a dark, brooding wine. It’s a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon (58), Merlot (31) and Cabernet Franc. The aromas and flavors are earthy, with a good mix of black cherry and blackberry. It’s a firm, tightly wound wine, but also a bit open.
In 1990, London’s most successful producer opened up with this wine. The wine is at its peak and is ready to drink. It has ripe black fruits, spice and acidity that give a spicy edge. It is already a fine, structured wine, brimming with black plum and berry fruits. The acidity at the end is already there, giving the wine a lift. Drink now.
This is a beautifully balanced wine that opens with aromas of underbrush, underbrush, underbrush and a balsamic note. The firm palate offers dried black cherry, espresso, cloves and a touch of clove alongside assertive tannins.
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