Everything is about context. Were this a $60 or even $70 wine I'd be singing its praises. Obviously, it is up to $140 these days (purchased this one for $130) which makes the calculous a bit different. I would also say that I have a personal preference for the rounder style of Champagne; for those who prefer a bit of a leaner style, this might be even better.
Best after it has been open a while and cool but not very cold. Yellow fruits, mint, and chalky pastry dough on the nose transfer to a palate of lemon custard, yellow fruits, and a chalky pastry quality. The finish is long and very lemon-y. Lots of minerality throughout. It is very hard for me to judge where this will go, though I suspect I would prefer it in 6+ years. 91.5, maybe 92 for what it is, though it isn't really my style.