In the glass (not a tall skinny flute, please), the wine is the color of pale corn silk, with early harvested forelle pears, fresh ginger, and grated lemon zest moving in and out of the foreground, along with fleeting suggestions of dried honeycomb, pine nuts, and white flowers as the nose develops over time. On the palate, the wine is elegant, complex, and drier than many Brut Champagnes, with palpable saline minerality seasoning vibrant, white orchard fruit, along with a persistent creamy mousse, and a refreshing, citric finish that goes on and on.
A bit bretty with a slightly salty edge. I may have had a bad bottle. I will stick with the other Bele Casel extra dry