Pol Roger Brut Pure
With a brilliant golden color, the wine shows fresh and lively aromas of cloves and roses, with breadcrumb, yeast and citrus fruit notes. In the mouth, the attack is straight as an arrow, surprising after the mature, concentrated nose. The wine's firm texture puts into relief a sumptuous wine, fine and well-structured. The trailing aromas of honey and cloves come with subtlety, lending extra depth and contributing to its long length on the palate. It is a thoroughbred wine; svelte and shapely.
Almost shockingly dry at first, the wine then develops a more mature character that broadens out the tight acidity and fruit. Previously described as Brut Nature, it's now designated as Extra Brut, allowing more dosage. It also has depth of flavor, complexity from the fruits, the hint of toast from bottle age. The wine finishes crisply with a fine mineral shot at the end.
Which Brut is this? The Pure (