Philipponnat - Clos Des Goisses Extra-brut Champagne 2014 (750ml)


Price: $444.00

Producer Philipponnat
Country France
Region Champagne
Varietal Champagne Blend
Vintage 2014
Sku 6579
Size 750ml

The Wine Independent: 97+ Points

The Philipponnat Clos des Goisses 14 is a classic somewhat yesteryear style of Clos des Goisses that is a blend of 71% Pinot Noir and 29% Chardonnay coming from 14 different small parcels each vinified separately with only the best ripest elements included in the final bl

Jeb Dunnuck: 96 Points

Made from 71% Pinot Noir and the rest Chardonnay the 2014 Champagne Clos des Goisses Extra Brut takes on a very pretty and floral profile. Pouring a bright straw hue it?s lifted with the perfume of cherry blossoms wet stone fresh berries and sweet brioche. Full-bodied though more linear compared to the 2013 vintage it?s highlighted by a refined chalky texture with a pillowy mousse building to a ripe and rounded mid-palate and a long elegant finish with a flourish of white pepper spice. Though it?s certainly not the most powerful vintage for the vineyard it?s very attractive. It will benefit from another couple of years and continue to improve over the next two decades. Disgorged in March of 2023 with 4.5 grams per liter dosage.


Wine Advocate: 95 Points

The 2014 Extra-Brut Clos des Goisses the latest rendition from this walled vineyard reveals a fresh energetic character with aromas of pear peach licorice spices white fruits spring flowers and menthol. Medium to full-bodied seamless and chiseled this is a structured tension-filled but ethereal Champagne with high acidity sign of a cool-weather vintage. Although already thoroughly enjoyable it should age well over the next 10 years. This is a blend of 71% Pinot Noir and 29% Chardonnay disgorged with 4.25 grams per liter dosage. Published: Nov 16 2023

Vinous: 94-96 Points

I tasted the 2014 Extra-Brut Clos des Goisses from a bottle disgorged a la volée in other words with no dosage and no sulfur added. At this very early and unfinished stage the 2014 appears to be a linear focused Champagne built more on persistence and focus than body which is to say very much in the style of the year. Of course much can change with dosage. It will be interesting to see how things end up. The blend is 71% Pinot Noir and 29% Chardonnay done 64% in oak 36% in steel with no malolactic fermentation in any of the lots. (Drink between 2024-2044)

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