Cuvée Terre de Vertus Blanc de Blancs of the Champagne house Larmandier-Bernier is of a remarkable finesse. This champagne presents a beautiful golden robe with a refined effervescence. On the nose, it releases quaffable notes of quince and wild peach as well as hints of hazelnut and biscuit. On the palate, Terre de Vertus 2010 is supple, persistent and delicate. This cuvée shows the talent and depth of a Blanc de Blancs from a great terroir of the ChampagneRegion.
Parker : 93 / 100
Wine Advocate-Parker : From a single vineyard north of Vertus (Les Barillers) that has been free of chemicals for decades, the intensely citrus colored 2010 Terre de Vertus Blanc de Blancs Premier Cru Brut Nature (LTV100417) offers a very pure yet ripe and concentrated bouquet of ripe fruits intertwined with lots of iodine and steely notes. Bright yet complex on the palate, this is a highly elegant, refined and linear Blanc de Blancs with lots of salty and structuring minerals. The wine is seriously long and complex and reveals excellent grip and aging potential. Disgorged in April 2017 and tasted exactly one year later.