Bollinger La Grande Année 2005

Bollinger La Grande Année 2005

 

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Bollinger
La Grande Année 2005
  • Année : 2005
  • Pays : France
  • Région : Champagne
  • Sous-région
  • Type : Champagne
  • Style
  • Format : 75cl
  • Alcool : 12°
  • Cépages : 60% Pinot Noir, 40% Chardonnay

La Grande Année est la cuvée prestige de Bollinger, produite seulement lors des meilleures années. Il s’agît de l’une des plus belles cuvées de la maison Bollinger.

Experts Note Année
WS Wine Spectator 94 2005
ST Stephen Tanzer 94 2004
W&S Wines & Spirits 98 2002
JH James Halliday 97 2002
RP Robert Parker 94 2002
En savoir plus sur les scores professionels

Wine Spectator (WS) : 94 Points (2005)
A powerful, structured and graceful 2005, showing deft integration of the rich, chalky underpinning, firm acidity and expansive flavors of crushed black currant, spring blossom, toasted almond, crystallized honey and preserved lemon. Offers a fine, raw silk—like mousse and a long, spiced finish. Disgorged February 2015. Drink now through 2030.

Stephen Tanzer (ST) : 94 Points (2004)
By Josh Raynolds. (60% pint noir and 40% chardonnay; 71% of the fruit is from grand cru sites and rest from premier crus; disgorged February, 2011): Light gold. Ripe pear and honey on the explosively perfumed nose, with sexy floral and marzipan nuances expanding with air. Fat, full and palate-coating, boasting impressive power and thrust. Shows an intriguing blend of richness and energy and finishes long, with smoky and spicy nuances.

Wines & Spirits (W&S) : 98 Points (2002)
There is Champagne, and then there is 2002 Bollinger. This wine makes me dizzy, stammering in cross-eyed bliss. Taking a step back, the sustained chord of flavor comes into focus, revealing a limestone honey: scents of acacia, marzipan, apricot and golden citrus. Jamal Rayyis, one of our tasters with the broadest flavor library in his head, described the scent as loomi (dried lime) and dried apricot, as if walking into a Middle Eastern market. Flavor details aside, the wine’s richness softens the structural grandeur of the vintage, which is buoyed in a mineral bath of power. This will reward another ten or 20 years of age, and the bottles that remain will likely only feed the wine's legend.

James Halliday (JH) : 97 Points (2002)
This is a blend of 60% pinot noir and 40% chardonnay (Grand Années highest ever percentage of chardonnay). It also followed in the footsteps of the 2000 Grande Année with eight years on lees (previously it was six years). I tasted it in Champagne in July, and two months later in Australia, and it is a truly superb wine. Bright gold, it has all the legendary complexity and power of Bollinger, yet has great purity, precision, freshness and balance through to the finish of its very long lemon/citrus zest palate.

Robert Parker (RP) : 94 Points (2002)
The 2002 Brut La Grande Annee is marvelous. The 2002 is an understated Grande Annee that caresses the palate with layers of effortless, weightless fruit. The mousse is exceptionally fine, which adds to the impression of total elegance. This is a relatively bright, floral Grande Annee with plenty of aromatic lift, inner perfume and no sense of heaviness at all. A rich, creamy finish adds the final note of complexity and pedigree. The 2002 is 60% Pinot Noir and 40% Chardonnay, 71% from Grand Cru villages and 29% from Premier Crus. Disgorged February 2011. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2022.

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Bollinger La Grande Année 2005 Reviewed by Wine Spectator 04-07-2018 . Score: 4.5