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Really brioche-y champagne

or did you mean the lilies ?!

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I have the same prediliction and, assuming you’ve not got some pre-aged NV to hand, think you need to look at either an older vintage (say no younger than 2004) or something specifically made in this style. Here are some I’ve had that fit the bill:

  • Bollinger 2000 or 2002
  • Dom Perignon 2002
  • Egly-Ouriet Grand Cru VP
  • Veuve Fourny & Fils Premier Cru Extra Brut Cuvée “R”