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Posted by2 years ago
= celebrating getting into grad school with some Billecart-Salmon Brut =

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not great at tasting notes but my biggest note is how lovely the bubbles are - so smooth and light - and the nice (but not overly powerful) notes of toast / brioche (and some fruit in there, too, but again not too overwhelming). prefer the rosé but definitely a tasty bottle of champers!
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I find the texture of Champagne is often overlooked/glossed over in many tasting notes -- and for some, it can totally make/break the wine

It might be fun for you to try bubbles from different glassware; I've beenenough to use Burg glasses for bubbles and it's a much different textural experience because the more aggressive bubbles disperse so quickly!
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I didn’t know the r/gradadmissions sub had wine people! Congrats mate! What school/programme?