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J Schram, North Coast, California 2007 Zoom

J Schram, North Coast, California 2007

SKU: SCS1A07
The 2007 J. Schram opens with bright aromas of green apple, fresh pineapple and dried fig, followed by nuances of pie crust, dulce de leche, and toasted hazelnut. On first sip, apricot and baked apple flavors are present, which are accentuated by layers of brioche and warm cobbler. The palate and texture is viscous and dense on entry. A long finish is driven by generous and bright acidity.

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HK$1,212.00
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    J Schram Methode Traditionelle, North Coast, California 2007 (6 Bottles/Case)
Additional Information

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    Varietals Sparkling Wines
    Vintage 2007
    Size 750ml
    Region USA - California
    Awards No
    Wine Spectator 91
    Wine Enthusiast 94
    Robert Parker 95
    Other Awards One of the Wine Enthusiast Top 100 Cellar Selection
    Professional Reviews Still another stunner is the 2007 J. Schram, which is roughly 84% Chardonnay and the rest Pinot Noir with about 35% barrel-fermentation and the balance in stainless steel. This shows loads of honeyed tropical fruit such as pineapple and mango, a touch of white peach, beautiful body, wonderful pinpoint bubbles that are persistent, and a dry, crisp, long finish. This was disgorged in March 2015, so it spent nearly eight years on its lees. Drink it over the next 5-10 years, if not longer. A tasting some of the older vintages, such as the 2004, 2001, 1999, 1996, proved just how amazingly well these can age. - Robert Parker
    GGW Tasting Notes The 2007 J. Schram opens with bright aromas of green apple, fresh pineapple and dried fig, followed by nuances of pie crust, dulce de leche, and toasted hazelnut. On first sip, apricot and baked apple flavors are present, which are accentuated by layers of brioche and warm cobbler. The palate&r&r'xture is viscous and dense on entry. A long finish is driven by generous and bright acidity.
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