The nose here immediately evokes Dom, with its reductive punch, followed by a bit of sweet florals and citrus. This is clearly a white-fruit inflected champagne, but with a sensation of sweetness that might be coming from the oak. “Lemon chiffon cake,” someone remarked. I can’t disagree. As far as blanc de blancs goes, this is a very rich style, and even though it’s very broad, it’s not a heavy wine. As a side note, this doesn’t seem have the oxidative weight that the father’s wines have.