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Pol Roger NV
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Some of the best bottles of nonvintage Champagne I have tasted have been well-stored Pol Roger. The ability to age with grace despite its Pinot Meunier content is the wine's best asset. After a bad patch they are back on track again.
Richard Juhlin, Champagne Club 01 October 2015
A complex array of red berry fruits, citrus and peach aromas with a flinty, almost smoky edge here too. The palate's big on flavor, quiet fleshy and full of impact. Fresh peach and nectarine flavors lead, ahead of citrus and more savory chalky and nutty flavors to close. Drink now.
James Suckling, Jamessuckling.com 10 July 2015
Deep flavoured and quite rich at first. Tense and tight. Dry savoury finish. Quite a bargain as it's almost as good as the 2002 vintage counterpart.
Jancis Robinson MW, Jancisrobinson.com 01 February 2013
A medium-weight bubbly, with good richness as a foil for the apple, bread dough and honey notes. A citrus note emerges on the finish.
Bruce Sanderson, Wine Spectator 30 November 2009
Light gold. Deep, rich, orange and apricot aromas lifted by flowers and mint. Round, fleshy and soft, with gentle orange and peach flavors and a broad, ripe finish. For fans of rich, full-bodied Champagne.
Josh Raynolds, www.vinousmedia.com 01 November 2006
A particularly good value.
Robert Parker, robertparker.com 01 December 1994