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Egly-Ouriet – the Sthlm tasting 10 september 2015

We gathered 20 members @ The Champagne Bar by Richard Juhlin for a tasting of the full range of the champagnes from old time favorite Egly-Ouiret from Ambonnay.

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sommelier for a night? Alf Tumble feat. Petter! 31 augusti 2015

We invited our dear friends Alf Tumble (music producer, dj, sommelier & Wine writer ) & Petter (rapper, wine importer & sommelier etc) to select their own five champagnes for our champagne list.

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sommelier for a night? pink ladies! 8 april 2015

We invited our dear friends Anette Rosvall & Karoline Nordefors to select their own five champagnes for our champagne list. (mer…)

Egly-Ouriet ’Brut Tradition’ 25 mars 2014

RJ on EGLY-OURIET This firm was established in 1930 and nowadays Michel Egly owns 7,7 hectares at Ambonnay, a third of a hectare at Bouzy and one and a half a hectare at Verzenay as well as 2 hectares Meunier in Vrigny. The average age of the vines is 35 years, with 60 years for the prestige wines. The wines are phenomenally great and rich. The grower is very close to gaining five stars through his fantastic development in recent years. Probably the foremost grower of Pinot Noir in the entire Champagne region nowadays. His much sought-after Blanc de Noirs Vielles Vignes comes from grapes from Pinot vines grown in 1946. They give this wine extra weight and density. The fruitiness is massive and soft, and the potential for maturation is enormous. He succeeds better and better for each issue. Nowadays this is a Selosse-like, exotic, oaky and biodynamically influenced giant among champagnes. The taste layers are fantastically generous and many-headed. Very close to 5 stars.

Egly-Ouriet 'Brut Tradition'

nv EGLY-OURIET ’BRUT TRADITION’ | Ambonnay | Champagne | France | Egly-Ouriet | 70PN 30CH | RJpoints 84(88)

TASTING NOTE A copy of Bollinger’s nonvintage Champagne. Chocolate, hazelnut and ripe apples. A broad, masculine fleshiness and vigor. Better and better with greater depth, elegance and Selosse-like barrel quality and organic style. Avoid the youngest and most recently disgorged specimens of all.