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Argyle champagne

Argyle champagne

Willamette, valley re-enjoyed a visited champagne house product again. 2014 Argyle vintage Brut. Bought it while visiting Oregon in 2017. 65% Pinot Noir and 30% Chardonnay and 5% Pinot Meunier. Tart,

Argyle Brut

Argyle Brut

cherry flavors dominate, evident of the Pinot noir base. Bright and citrusy. Lovely mousse. Enjoyed holding the mousse and feeling the tingling all over the mouth, a wonderful sensation from the full yet light-bodied mousse, which continued even after the bottle was opened a few hours (bouchon capped). Enjoyable if you like tangy, dry champagnes.

Paieed it with a teriyaki stir-fry of chicken and fresh vegetables and it was lovely.

Studying wine since the early 80's, I've become a Wine Studies Education level III solely though interest, and I occasionally represent an Italian importer, while working full-time as a financial national speaker. I'm always seeking a 'find' whether taste or value wine versions.

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