Love this. It’s from Champagne Savart, a small grower with 4 hectares of vines, in two communes: Ecueil and Villers-aux-Noeuds. These 4 hectares are made from 50 separate plots, all premier cru, and 35 000 bottles are produced annually. This is a serious fizz, and it’s tremendous value at around £30 retail.
Champagne Savart Premier Cru L’Accomplie NV France
80% Pinot Noir, 20% Chardonnay, half of it aged in oak. Concentrated, precise and mineral with citrus fruits and some fine, savoury characters. Lovely weight and balance; very fine and expressive. 95/100 (£32.40 Bottle Apostle; UK agent Indigo Wine)