Clear, medium, yellow. Nose: Ripe green fruit. Yellow apples, peach and apricot. Baked citrus of lime zest and lemon pith. Light chalk minerality. Soft autolysis of bread yeast, pastry and butter. Creamy and smooth mouthfeel. Palate: Juicy, rich and vibrant. Beautiful citrus notes, delicious green fruit and soft butter and toast. Delicate minerality. Good concentration, medium+ intensity, good acidity and good mousse. Long finish. Very good Blanc de Blancs from Drappier, with blend of several green grapes. --Boris.Kingston
The Quattuor is the incarnation of originality and know-how which the Drappier family has honed since 1808. Producted from an assemblage of white grape varieties of Champagne, this Blanc de Blancs allies the identity of its roots with the impertinence of modern winemaking. To the forgotten Champagne grape varieties: Arbane (25%), Petit Meslier (25%) and Blanc Vrai (25%), which express themselves in a tight sap, the classic Chardonnay brings its elegant and persistent note. The cuvée displays aromas of very fresh grapes, citrus fruit, white flowers or honeyed apples. The Quattuor cuvée, from the number four in Latin, is a fine Champagne, mineral and chiselled. Tasting Notes Aromas of very fresh grapes and citrus fruits evolving towards notes of honeyed apples and fig jam, borne by a bouquet of white flowers. On the palate, a Champagne with great freshness, mineral and chiselled, and a very persistent finish.