Substantial and tightly wound; time in the bottle will bring out its best characteristics. ($85)
Beautifully structured, with a refined character; on a par with Cristal, Roederer’s luxury cuvee, but sold at less than a third the price. ($72)
Crisp and dry; takes on additional richness with time in the glass. ($75)
Made in a delicate style, with citrus-tinged aromas and flavors, which make it appropriate for light fare. ($80)
This vintage beauty is sumptuous with a full body but with a remarkably light touch.
Impeccably balanced, with an enticing bouquet followed by a satisfying depth of flavor for a variety of food pairings. ($70)
Deeper in character than Taittinger’s popular nonvintage “La Francaise” but still fresh and lively qualities that make it an excellent choice with sushi. ($75)