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Roederer Estate L'Ermitage Brut Anderson Valley Chardonnay Blend 2009

Ratings on Delectable

Chris McClellan Delectable Pro

Great producer, brioche, caramel, lemon/, apple, crisp clean, long finish. Paired great with crunchy bread and sea salt butter and foie gras...

Great producer, brioche, caramel, lemon/, apple, crisp clean, long finish. Paired great with crunchy bread and sea salt butter and foie gras...

9.2

Severn Goodwin Delectable Pro

Lemon brulee with beautiful saline notes on the finish.

Lemon brulee with beautiful saline notes on the finish.

9.2

Boris Mathiszik Delectable Pro

Another vintage sparkler - 2009 vs 2011 - awesome. Great for June-50 toast.

Another vintage sparkler - 2009 vs 2011 - awesome. Great for June-50 toast.

9.3

Pierre Costa Delectable Pro

Close your eyes and you are drinking vintage champagne

Close your eyes and you are drinking vintage champagne

9.3

Elizabeth Rice Delectable Pro

New Year's Eve welcoming 2018 into existence. Saying goodbye to 2017 and its questionable cultural challenges and hello to a hopeful awakening. This sparkling is a perfect way to do this.

New Year's Eve welcoming 2018 into existence. Saying goodbye to 2017 and its questionable cultural challenges and hello to a hopeful awakening. This sparkling is a perfect way to do this.

9.8

Lauren Vance Delectable Pro

Buyer Whole Foods Market Oakland

Exceptional. Happy thanksgiving!

Exceptional. Happy thanksgiving!

9.3

Sean Wallner - WSET II Delectable Pro

Creamy, bright, great acid and a lovely long finish! Tart apple and a hint of lemon zest. Very amazing sparkling!

Creamy, bright, great acid and a lovely long finish! Tart apple and a hint of lemon zest. Very amazing sparkling!

9.8

Aaron Means Delectable Pro

High pedigree. Cold it tasted very much like quality champagne. Great mousse and mouthfeel. Very silky sparkler. Fresh cut apple, and lees. Definitely could tell this was Cali when it warmed up in the glass. Too much fresh fruit on the palate and the acid/minerality fell off.

High pedigree. Cold it tasted very much like quality champagne. Great mousse and mouthfeel. Very silky sparkler. Fresh cut apple, and lees. Definitely could tell this was Cali when it warmed up in the glass. Too much fresh fruit on the palate and the acid/minerality fell off.

9.2

MICHAEL COOPER Delectable Pro

Owner TomeVinos wine shops, WSET Level 3, Blogger www.spanishwinesandmore.com, blog.tomevinos.com

Lovely #sparklingwine #californiasparklinewine very pure and crisp primary expression of Granny Smith apples. Nothing to envy of a Grand Cru Champagne. Beautiful texture and length.

Lovely #sparklingwine #californiasparklinewine very pure and crisp primary expression of Granny Smith apples. Nothing to envy of a Grand Cru Champagne. Beautiful texture and length.

9.2

Shay A Delectable Pro

Today was my annual hosting of the Wednesday Wine Committee. There was 1 sparkler, 3 whites, 4 reds and 1 dessert, all provided by me. Tasted blind, as always. Copying my note from the ‘07 vintage as the wines are near identical. I will say that I didn’t get as much yeast out of the ‘09 as I did the ‘07, but it’s hard to know if it was simply due to age. I’ll hold back a bottle or two for a few years and revisit then. Next to Ultramarine and the Reserve Schramsberg Sparklers, this is one of the best domestic Sparklers I’ve had, especially at the price ($50). Nose was grilled honeycomb, baked yeast and a small bit of limestone. Extremely creamy on the front palate...bubbles were so incredibly tiny. Multiple bubble strings. Wonderful lemon bread palate, with a crisp, chalky finish highlighted by grilled pineapple. There seemed to be more green apple notes here compared to the ‘07 vintage, but may be due to youth. This is an excellent US version of champagne.

Today was my annual hosting of the Wednesday Wine Committee. There was 1 sparkler, 3 whites, 4 reds and 1 dessert, all provided by me. Tasted blind, as always. Copying my note from the ‘07 vintage as the wines are near identical. I will say that I didn’t get as much yeast out of the ‘09 as I did the ‘07, but it’s hard to know if it was simply due to age. I’ll hold back a bottle or two for a few years and revisit then. Next to Ultramarine and the Reserve Schramsberg Sparklers, this is one of the best domestic Sparklers I’ve had, especially at the price ($50). Nose was grilled honeycomb, baked yeast and a small bit of limestone. Extremely creamy on the front palate...bubbles were so incredibly tiny. Multiple bubble strings. Wonderful lemon bread palate, with a crisp, chalky finish highlighted by grilled pineapple. There seemed to be more green apple notes here compared to the ‘07 vintage, but may be due to youth. This is an excellent US version of champagne.

9.2

Location

  • 1003 4th Avenue East
    Olympia, WA 98506

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