Frog eyes should not be in your bubbly.
my visit to the Champagne region, I stopped at Bruno Paillard, a small, family-owned Champagne House which was only founded in 1981. Despite its youth, it has gained an excellent reputation, a testament to the passion, knowledge, skill and drive of Bruno Paillard. The winery has a very modern look and unlike many other Champagne wineries, everything is located on a single level. Even their "cellar" is located on the same level as the fermentation tanks, which makes the facility look much larger than other ones because everything is spread out on a single level. The winery includes a small art gallery, containing original pictures created by numerous artists which ended up on the labels of Bruno's Champagnes. Bruno is very supportive of the arts, obviously feeling a kinship with these painters.
Mailly Grand Cru.
And it didn't have frog eyes.