A perfect example of the mastery of the assembly by the house Henriot, this wine is composed of equal numbers of pinot noir and chardonnay which gives elegance to its complex structure. Developed in accordance with the family tradition, only after Grand Cru Champagne this wine is only produced in exceptional years.
94 Points Wine Spectator - Notes of oyster shell, white truffle and Frangelico liqueur herald this finely knit version, layered with hints of dried apricot, singed orange peel and roasted hazelnut. Drink now through 2025.
94 Points James Suckling - This has found its way to earthy, mushroom and truffle notes on the nose, along with plenty of bright lemon, grapefruit, and grilled nuts too; very complex. The palate is a powerful statement of equal parts chardonnay and pinot noir. The acidity is tenacious and the depth impressive. Enchanting toasty finish and drinking very well now, this has a lot more to come.