Reviews 93 points Wine Advocate "Disgorged in December 2020 and based on the 2015 vintage (complemented by a perpetual reserve that dates back to 1988), the latest release of Peters's NV Brut Blanc de Blancs Grand Cru Reserve Oubliee offers up inviting aromas of crisp stone fruit, freshly baked bread, almond paste and dried white flowers. Medium to full-bodied, pillowy and enveloping, it's fleshy but incisive, with a beautifully refined pinpoint mousse and a long, creamy finish. It's great now, but it will be even better with a year or two on cork. (WK)"
About Pierre Peters
What sets Pierre Peters apart from their more expensive competitors is their unique clone of Chardonnay. This, combined with the east-facing hillside vineyards and chalky soils, allows for the production of wines with complex notes of exotic fruit, coffee, walnut, and butterscotch. I highly recommend aging these bottles for up to 25 years to fully experience the evolution of flavors. With a limited production of only 13,000 cases per year, be sure to keep an eye out for their most prized bottling, "Cuvee Speciale Les Chetillons," for a truly sensational and elegant Champagne experience.