Ayala is looking very good and offers some genuine depth and complexity for this
entry-level blend, driving impressive concentration into a savory and defined style.
Now owned by the Bollinger family, Ayala’s Champagnes have seen great improvement
in recent years. This non-vintage Brut is complex, with its dry character given weight
by a hint of toast, almonds and a taut aftertaste.
There’s a firm, chalky edge to this mineral Champagne, and mouthwatering
flavors of candied lemon peel, green apple, crystallized honey and biscuit. This has
an elegant texture and an overall sense of style.