The 2002 Pol Roger “Cuvée Winston Churchill” is still a young wine, but it is showing
lovely potential and is probably only four or five years from starting to really drink with some of
the generosity of maturity. The deep and pure bouquet offers up a still quite primary blend of
apple, fresh-baked bread, a complex base of soil, gentle leesiness and a smoky topnote. On the
palate the wine is deep, full-bodied, crisp and rock solid at the core, with a lovely girdle of
acidity, pinpoint bubbles and lovely length and grip on the vibrant and very promising finish.
Fine juice in the making. 2019-2040. John Gilman 94
Moderate wood frames the green fruit, fl...
Coming from the younger vines of the est...
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