Marc Hebrart Blanc De Blancs
This is ripe and pedigreed but irritable from disgorgement; the tertiary notes are sound, and the classic aromas come on - all it needs is time. Wait till Fall and then pop a really good BdB that tastes like it sunk some subterranean depth-probe into the terroir.
The firm, steely structure gives this a slight austerity, but the lemon, apple and mineral flavors are attractive. Ideal as an aperitif, or with a delicate fish such as sole. Drink now through 2012.