94 - Decanter, Anne Krebiehl MW
"The nose opens with the fresh ripeness of yellow apple and highlights of Granny Smith. It has beautifully subtle autolysis on the palate, deepening into notes of creamy apple crumble, Golden Delicious and Mirabelle plum, while remaining utterly strait-laced. Elegance, length and absolute freshness are inherent and quietly convincing." Drink 2019 - 2028

16+ Points - Jancis Robinson MW
"Mealy nose. Tight bead. Pretty complex with lots of tight-knit elements that are yet to unfurl, but it does seem quite sweet relative to many champagnes nowadays, as well as fairly chewy on the end still. It's a champagne I'd be tempted to decant! The (terribly heavy) handsome flask-shaped bottle is one of its more obvious attributes. This is apparently based on 2015 and was disgorged in January 2020 but consumers wouldn't know it. Apparently the house is reviewing to extent to which they share information with their consumers, which is great news. 45% Chardonnay, 45% Pinot Noir and 10% Pinot Meunier. Malo is suppressed and the wine is generally aged for four years on the lees. Dosage 8 g/l." Drink 2021 - 2025

91 Points - Parker's Wine Advocate, Wliiam Kelley
"Wafting from the glass with a generous bouquet of golden orchard fruit, dried white flowers, beeswax and fresh pastry, the new release of Gosset's NV Brut Grande Réserve is medium to full-bodied, fleshy and generous. Though it retains the house's signature incisive acids, it's unusually textural and enveloping out of the gates." Drink 2020 - 2035
One of the oldest house in all of Champagne with its origins going back to 1584. A rich, extremely well-made wine. Chardonnay just edges Pinot Noir in the blend, with a little Pinot Meunier adding a seductive brioche aroma. A delicious biscuity palate with an elegant and assertive finish. The Gosset style is powerful, very creamy, and dry but not acidic, full, biscuity and yeasty. Stunning Champagne.