The regular price here is around $40, but I grabbed it as it was marked down to $21.99 – a solid price for any real Champagne
Some toast, yeast, and even a bit of 7-Up on the nose.
A bit yeasty, some nice doughy notes, along with some citrus notes – lime zest mostly – just a slight bit of nuttiness too. There's some sweetness but everything really blends together nicely.
For $22 you might find a more interesting domestic sparkler but you'd be hard pressed to find another Champagne. It's not bad, in fact it's rather good, but when we're talking full pricepoint, I just can't say this is something I'd consider buying again.