The Scientist

These two bottles are nearly exactly identical. The only separating factor is the dosage, or added sugar. Compare these beautiful wines to see the benefits of both sides of the spectrum!

Hervieux Dumez Blanc de Blancs Brut

Beautiful golden color with straw-green reflections. The aroma is elegant and enticing, with notes of jordan almonds, vanilla, and daffodil. Followed by a background of citrus and a slight biscuit like aroma lively and tonic expressions of white peaches, roasted almonds and honey. The finish is smooth with minerality. A noble representation of the Chardonnay grape: freshness, lightness and pure. This Champagne would be best before dinner as an aperitif, or even better on Sunday afternoon

Hervieux Dumez Blanc de Blancs Brut Nature

Pale yellow with delicate green reflections. The aroma is spring like, full of floral characteristics, followed by citrus, honey, and fresh bread. At first sip, this wine is energetic and tonic. Well balanced, and sharp with acidity that melts in the mouth. The finish is clear, chiseled and long, punctuated by a citrusy and full-bodied note. Some fresh parmesan shavings will be enough to enhance this cuvée.

$108