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Ranking among the most reliable NVs on the shelves, another year's blend has rolled around and Grande Reserve remains as rock solid as ever. Four years on lees has built excellent toasty, nutty complexity with preserved lemon, fig and hints of honey, all the while holding a tight freshness of crunchy red apples, pulled into line by malic acidity and low dosage. Gosset's signature, gentle rolling, chalking minerality lingers on the finish. Rating: 94 Points; Tyson Stelzer; The Champagne Guide 2013
There are big changes at hand at Gosset (when I visited it was quite a construction zone), but the consistent standard of this wine remains undeviating. Skip the entry Brut Excellence (it isn’t) and trade up to this fat bottle with its poised lemon zest, nougat and gentle minerality. Rating: 94 Points; Tyson Stelzer; Wine Taste
The fat bottle of Gosset is a statement of class, exuding aromas of nougat, lemon zest and sugar cane, and flavours cut with the pure lemon juice of malic acidity. Rating: 94 Points; Tyson Stelzer; WINE 100 Magazine
One of the best non-vintage Champagnes around -I think of it as a kind of uber non-vintage. The complexity and richness is delivered with superb finesse and lively, fresh style, with brioche, lemon and fresh hazelnut, and some flinty chalk too. The palate's beautifully arranged, with composed citrus and stone-fruit flavours, bright, crunchy acidity and a smooth thread of savoury almond flavour. A zesty acid finish, balanced and even. Rating: 93 Points; Nick Stock; The Good Wine Guide


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