Screamingly good and completely over delivers for the money. The palate expresses seductive notes of crisp green apple, pear and honeysuckle along with lightly toasted brioche and slight honey. The wine spent 5 years on its lees so it has that creamy, beady characteristic that extended lee aging gives a lovely Blanc de Blancs. There is a splendid limestone driven mineral aspect that lies just underneath the above notes that brings this all together. Truly a delight to taste!