Pol Roger Brut Vintage 2009

POLR175
2018 welcomes the release of Pol Roger's 2009, it’s sixth and final vintage release for the last decade. A delightfully fresh and fruit-forward champagne it is similar in style to Pol Roger 2004. The 2009 Brut Vintage from Champagne Pol Roger is made from the traditional house blend of 60% Pinot Noir and 40% Chardonnay from 20 Grands and Premiers crus vineyards in the Montagne de Reims and the Côte des Blancs. Since their beginnings in 1849 Pol Roger has observed the tradition of only releasing a vintage-dated champagne if the climatic conditions have enabled the production of grapes of outstanding ripeness. A vintage champagne must be a balanced champagne, which depends on the right blend ... Read More
Type:
Vintage:
2009
Size:
75cl
Main Grape:
Grape Mix:
60% Pinot Noir, 40% Chardonnay
Genre:
Style:
Brut
ABV:
12.5%
Region:
Country:
France
Sub Region:
Epernay
Body:
Refined, elegant and refreshing
Drinking Window:
Drink now through to 2040
Closure Type:
Cork
£65.00
Save £19.99
Usual Price £84.99
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Champagne Pol Roger

Champagne Pol Roger is probably best known for being a favourite champagne of Sir Winston Churchill and many British Army Regiments. Pol Roger was born on December 24, 1831, the son of a lawyer, who started his own champagne house in 1849, with the first growths released in 1853. Based around the town of Épernay in the Champagne region, Pol Roger is still owned and run by the descendants of Pol Roger himself. The house has a reputation for producing champagnes of finesse and elegance which age very well. Pol Roger Brut Rèserve Non-Vintage, made from equal parts of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier, is consistently one of the very best on the market, mainly due to the high proportion of aged reserve wines in the blend.

Tasting Notes

The Pol Roger Brut Vintage 2009 is instantly appealing with its gorgeous lively effervescence. Fine bubbles sprinkled with silver glints create a fine persistent stream. The nose is rich and elegant and reveals delicate aromas of white fruit and apricot. As the wine warms in the glass, it exudes scents of white nectarines and quince jelly mingled with brioche and pastry fragrances. Delicate, subtle palate with a balanced, opulent and creamy structure with dried fruit flavours.

Food Matches

A pure delight of a Champagne to be enjoyed by itself or as an aperitif with canapes. It is also the undisputed partner of rich dishes such as chicken supreme with chanterelle mushrooms or lobster.