Champagne Pol Roger non-vintage Brut ($29.99)
Clear bright gold, rich color likely signals Pinot in the blend; pinpoint, persistent bubble stream. Appetizing aromas, toasty and fruity, fresh apple butter and a hint of cocoa. Creamy mouthfeel, crisp and long. Delightful Champagne in the full-bodied style, a personal favorite. US Importer: Frederick Wildman and Sons Ltd., NYC. (Dec 20, 2001)

FOOD MATCH: Surprisingly well-matched with a simple omelet stuffed with diced red bell peppers and onions.



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