×

This wine has a per person limit. We do this as the wine is hard to find, very rare and/or incredibly sought after.

We do this to ensure that we are able to share the love with everyone!

We kindly ask that you do not abuse this limit by placing multiple orders. In the event that you place multiple orders - they will be canceled and subject to a 5% cancellation fee.

If you would like to request more than the allowable amount - we may be able to help - send us an email at info@thatcherswineconsulting.com

1996 Vilmart & Cie, Coeur de Cuvee Premier Cru

Vinous

92

CellarTracker

90
Regular price $250
/

1996 Vilmart & Cie, Coeur de Cuvee Premier Cru

Vinous

92

CellarTracker

90
Regular price $250
/
0 In Stock

Add to Favorites

We’re currently updating


Please try refreshing your page or logging out. If this issue persists, please click the button below or email us at info@thatcherswine.com.


Same Day Pick Up at Thatcher's Wine - Warehouse

Available same day if ordered by 2pm

View store information


Vinous

Vinous

92

Green-gold color. Slightly warm aromas of rose petal, mace, sandalwood and mint. Dense and loaded with extract; notes of ginger and earth. A round Champagne with substantial palate presence. Initially came across as slightly heavy, with an impression of rather full dosage, but showed lively acids, firmer shape and brighter flavors of orange juice and tangerine with aeration. Finishes quite long, with hints of licorice and oak spice. Will almost certainly merit an even higher score with another couple years in the bottle.

What the Critics are Saying

Vinous

Vinous

92

Green-gold color. Slightly warm aromas of rose petal, mace, sandalwood and mint. Dense and loaded with extract; notes of ginger and earth. A round Champagne with substantial palate presence. Initially came across as slightly heavy, with an impression of rather full dosage, but showed lively acids, firmer shape and brighter flavors of orange juice and tangerine with aeration. Finishes quite long, with hints of licorice and oak spice. Will almost certainly merit an even higher score with another couple years in the bottle.