Tasting notes from Wine Spectator :
Score : 88 points
Aromas of graphite and ginger pick up citrus note on the palate. This is soft and rich, with a honeyed accent on the finish. Drink now.
Tasting notes from Robert Parker :
Some more creaminess on the nose this time [compared to the Brut], a hint of yeast and nutty aromas, the palate shows more fruit, a touch of honey on the aftertaste, some more maturity and complexity, nicely drinkable.
Tasting notes by International Wine Challenge :
2009 : Silver Medal for Canard Duchene Cuvée Léonie.
Creamy aromas with soft bscuit tones. Good yeast influence. Nice strawberry fruit. Good long almondy finish.
Tasting notes from Decanter :
Bronze Medal for Cuvée Léonie.
Nice honey rich nose. Good fruit intensity and flavours. Nice appley fruit richness. Attractive seamless quality. Drink now.