Mumm Napa Cuvée M
- SP Wine Spectator
- WE Wine Enthusiast
- OT Other Review Service
- RP Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate
- ST Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar
- Gold Premier Gold - Best Value*
- Plat Premier Platinum - Our Highest Recommendation
- * as rated by our staff
87 pts. Wine Enthusiast: November 15, 2005
With a slightly sweet finish set off by high natural acidity, this wine is fruity but not cloying. Primarily Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, with smaller amounts of Pinots Meunier and Gris, it has rich cherry cream, citrus rind, peach and vanilla flavors, with a clean, yeasty finish. Mumm has set the standard for nonvintage bruts such as this. Try with puff-pastry hors d’oeuvres.
87 pts. Wine Spectator: November 30, 2010
Bold, creamy aromas of tropical fruit and floral vanilla lead to rich, slightly sweet flavors with notes of spice and white chocolate. A fun quaff. Drink now.
87 pts. Wine Enthusiast: December 1, 2009
This is a sweeter style of sparkling wine by Mumm, the style is called Sec in French. You’ll find a trace of honey and sugar on the finish to the raspberries, strawberries and vanilla.
87 pts. Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar: May/Jun 2012
Light yellow, with a gentle bead. Ripe pear and nectarine on the nose, with a hint of spun sugar. Smooth, gently sweet orchard fruit and melon flavors are given a slightly bitter edge by a touch of fruit pit and are a tad loose-knit. Finishes on the sweet side but avoids coming off cloying. A bit of late-harvest muscat is used in the dosage, which probably accounts for the pronounced fruitiness.
87 pts. Wine Enthusiast: December 15, 2011
A fine California bubbly, soft and luxurious in the finesse of its bubbles. The orange, strawberry and vanilla cream flavors are overtly sweet, making this a good partner for wedding cake.
86 pts. Wine Spectator: December 31, 2006
Appealing for its soft and slightly sweet raspberry, vanilla and strawberry aromas and flavors, accented by spice and graham cracker. Drink now.
86 pts. Wine & Spirits: December 1, 2008
Clean, light scents of Pinot Noir grapes give this a simple line. It’s on the soft side of dry. For aperitifs.
85 pts. Wine Spectator: November 30, 2008
This displays an appealing hint of honeyed sweetness, then supports it with a crisp backbone. There’s festive flavors of peach, dried apricot and cinnamon. Drink now.