This Champagne is simply gorgeous and like Les Ursules and the rest of the portfolio from Cédric Bouchard (stay tuned for more) it has so much sleek class to offer. Compared to 2006 Les Ursules, Inflorescence is a bit rounder with more pronounced sweet, lush fruit juices and at the end of the day, a more fun wine to drink now. Les Ursules definitely has more layers to seek and with time it should surpass the Inflorescence. But who cares - this is now ;-) and I was immensely happy with this Champagne. It didn't start that impressive though, luckily I had some time on my hands before we sat down to have dinner, so the tight, red currant fruit core had 45 minutes extra time under a Champagne stopper. What an improvement, the wine is now singing with elegancy, classy subtle fruity pear/peach/apples notes and red currant. The taste has brilliant definition and so much class. I have said it several times before, and I will probably keep repeating it; there is a brilliant feel about the wines from Cédric Bouchard. His wines are not so much about writing about the different fruit aromas, but telling the more important story of highly personal wines.