Laytons was a company founded ‘by restaurateurs for restaurants’ in 1934 and now offers wine advice and supply to corporations, clubs and restaurants, both large and small. Laytons went on to become one of London’s most famous wine merchants under the name Jeroboams.
Medium lemon colour, fine mousse. The nose has good richness and depth of toasty fruit, showing elements of lemon zest and brioche. The palate is refreshing yet also quite full, with a long and balanced finish developing nice yeasty notes.
An accomplished aperitif champagne, it also has sufficient weight to accompany pan fried white fish and cold meats.