Pierre Paillard Les Parcelles Bouzy Grand Cru Champagne Blend NV (375ml)

Ratings on Delectable

David T Delectable Pro

Independent Sommelier/Wine Educator

Haven’t been able to get this since winter. So good for the price point, $40 ish. Good to be able to get this locally again. Ripe, juicy pear, green & golden apples, pineapple, white stone fruits, touch of cider, sea fossils, limestone, grey volcanics, yeasty bread, baguette crust, caramel, yellow lilies, spring flowers, acidity is perfect with length, balance & smartly polished for days. Great on both ends, cheese & shortbread cookies.

Haven’t been able to get this since winter. So good for the price point, $40 ish. Good to be able to get this locally again. Ripe, juicy pear, green & golden apples, pineapple, white stone fruits, touch of cider, sea fossils, limestone, grey volcanics, yeasty bread, baguette crust, caramel, yellow lilies, spring flowers, acidity is perfect with length, balance & smartly polished for days. Great on both ends, cheese & shortbread cookies.

9.3

David T Delectable Pro

Independent Sommelier/Wine Educator

Put away Christmas decorations since 11a...so not fun. Thinking about some good Champagne helps one get through it. So, it’s Pizza My Heart pizza and Pierre. I’ll take it. Previous notes will stick. Tonight though, expressing excellent mousse, nougat, white spices & lively acidity. This will remain in my rotation at $39.99 a bottle. Very good and over-delivers that price point by a lot. It is more reductive than oxidative and fits right into my wheelhouse limit on oxidative characteristics. Hope everyone is having a great start to 2021! Cheers!

Put away Christmas decorations since 11a...so not fun. Thinking about some good Champagne helps one get through it. So, it’s Pizza My Heart pizza and Pierre. I’ll take it. Previous notes will stick. Tonight though, expressing excellent mousse, nougat, white spices & lively acidity. This will remain in my rotation at $39.99 a bottle. Very good and over-delivers that price point by a lot. It is more reductive than oxidative and fits right into my wheelhouse limit on oxidative characteristics. Hope everyone is having a great start to 2021! Cheers!

9.3

David T Delectable Pro

Independent Sommelier/Wine Educator

Happy Thanksgiving Eve!

Happy Thanksgiving Eve!

9.3

David T Delectable Pro

Independent Sommelier/Wine Educator

You didn’t think this wasn’t making an encore appearance after last weekend did you? This n/v oxidative leaning styled Champange speaks better to the pairing than the more reductive styled Launois Champagne last weekend. Not that the reductive wasn’t really good. It’s a yin & yang thing that makes this Champagne pairing more suitable. What a dessert pair!!! Waited too long to make happen. Make sure you do it during high apple season. Intermixed sips of 2015 White Burgundy doesn’t hurt either.

You didn’t think this wasn’t making an encore appearance after last weekend did you? This n/v oxidative leaning styled Champange speaks better to the pairing than the more reductive styled Launois Champagne last weekend. Not that the reductive wasn’t really good. It’s a yin & yang thing that makes this Champagne pairing more suitable. What a dessert pair!!! Waited too long to make happen. Make sure you do it during high apple season. Intermixed sips of 2015 White Burgundy doesn’t hurt either.

9.3

David T Delectable Pro

Independent Sommelier/Wine Educator

First time experience with this producer. The nose reveals, bruised; red & golden apple, Bosc pear, overripe stone fruit & pineapple, lemon meringue, touch cider, nougat, almonds, cream to cream soda, hints of melted white butter, melted golden brown sugar, vanillin, sea fossil, crumbled, grey volcanics, chalky power, bread dough to yeast, limestone, understated limestone minerals, spring flowers, jasmine & withering white lilies. The mouthfeel is rich, lively with excellent mousse. Quite beautiful. Bruised; red & golden apple, Bosc pear, overripe stone fruit & pineapple, lemon meringue, touch cider, nougat, almonds, cream to cream soda & ginger ale, hints of melted white butter, melted golden brown sugar, vanillin, sea fossil, crumbled, grey volcanics, chalky power, bread dough to yeast, hints of coconut with shell, white spice with just the right amount of heat, limestone, understated limestone minerals, spring flowers, jasmine & withering white lilies. The acidity is excellent. The finish is; well balanced & polished, elegant & simply near perfect finish. She is excellent wire to wire. This is for you if you enjoy a Champagne that leans more oxidative. @Paul T- Huntington Beach The mid picture to the right is what is seriously lacking in Ultramarine’s. Photos of; The Champagne House of Pierre Paillard, Antoine Paillard, the beautiful Chalkiness from their Les Maillerettes Vineyard that only Champange can really deliver & one of their Grand Cru Vineyards.

First time experience with this producer. The nose reveals, bruised; red & golden apple, Bosc pear, overripe stone fruit & pineapple, lemon meringue, touch cider, nougat, almonds, cream to cream soda, hints of melted white butter, melted golden brown sugar, vanillin, sea fossil, crumbled, grey volcanics, chalky power, bread dough to yeast, limestone, understated limestone minerals, spring flowers, jasmine & withering white lilies. The mouthfeel is rich, lively with excellent mousse. Quite beautiful. Bruised; red & golden apple, Bosc pear, overripe stone fruit & pineapple, lemon meringue, touch cider, nougat, almonds, cream to cream soda & ginger ale, hints of melted white butter, melted golden brown sugar, vanillin, sea fossil, crumbled, grey volcanics, chalky power, bread dough to yeast, hints of coconut with shell, white spice with just the right amount of heat, limestone, understated limestone minerals, spring flowers, jasmine & withering white lilies. The acidity is excellent. The finish is; well balanced & polished, elegant & simply near perfect finish. She is excellent wire to wire. This is for you if you enjoy a Champagne that leans more oxidative. @Paul T- Huntington Beach The mid picture to the right is what is seriously lacking in Ultramarine’s. Photos of; The Champagne House of Pierre Paillard, Antoine Paillard, the beautiful Chalkiness from their Les Maillerettes Vineyard that only Champange can really deliver & one of their Grand Cru Vineyards.

9.2

Jeremy Shanker Delectable Pro

Sommelier at RN74

Great weeknight bubbly

Great weeknight bubbly

9.0

Tracy Hall Delectable Pro

Good. Pear. Mid palate brightness. 2013 base 70% Pinot, 30% Chardonnay 2.7 g/L dosage 4 years on lees. SS

Good. Pear. Mid palate brightness. 2013 base 70% Pinot, 30% Chardonnay 2.7 g/L dosage 4 years on lees. SS

9.0

David T Delectable Pro

Independent Sommelier/Wine Educator

This is a cheers we’ve been waiting four years on. Well worth the wait. Congratulations, President Biden. Sure appreciate the new tone. Previous notes will stand. This will be my last post on Delectable. If you’d like to know why, ask Delectable above their practices & platform bugs. If you enjoy reading my notes, you can find them on CellarTracker under Somm David T. Its been a pleasure interacting with all of the Delectable community.

This is a cheers we’ve been waiting four years on. Well worth the wait. Congratulations, President Biden. Sure appreciate the new tone. Previous notes will stand. This will be my last post on Delectable. If you’d like to know why, ask Delectable above their practices & platform bugs. If you enjoy reading my notes, you can find them on CellarTracker under Somm David T. Its been a pleasure interacting with all of the Delectable community.

9.3

Jay Kline Delectable Pro

This was a lovely way to begin the evening. Apple and pear with some tropical fruit, citrus zest and a hint of brioche. Quite substantial.

This was a lovely way to begin the evening. Apple and pear with some tropical fruit, citrus zest and a hint of brioche. Quite substantial.

9.2

Eric Egan Delectable Pro

Absolutely lovely! Very fine mousse with a pure briochy nose, wonderful balance and great length. Very low dosage (2.6g) which I would normally be suspicious about but this is a great testament to the style!

Absolutely lovely! Very fine mousse with a pure briochy nose, wonderful balance and great length. Very low dosage (2.6g) which I would normally be suspicious about but this is a great testament to the style!

9.3

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