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Tasting Highlights: Vintage Champagne

The 1999s and '98s are drinking well now, but all 10 of these vintage bubblies will continue to develop
Bruce Sanderson
Posted: October 19, 2007

Here's a mix of recent vintage Champagnes from some familiar houses and small growers. The younger vintages will benefit from a year or two of aging; the '99s and '98s are drinking well now, but will also develop over time.

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