I've added a profile and tasting notes for Jean Milan on ChampagneGuide.net, bringing the total number of currently featured producers to 110. The most prominent estate in the village of Oger (and the highest in quality, in my opinion), Jean Milan produces a range of champagnes that are entirely Oger grand cru, with the exception of a rosé made with purchased pinot noir.
The current lineup feels a little rounder and fuller in body than usual for Milan's wines, although it remains to be seen whether this is a trend or merely an aberration. Included in my profile are notes for the Grande Réserve 1864, a brand-new cuvée vinified entirely in barrel, as well as reviews of the newly-released 2004 Terres de Noël and Symphorine. The single-vineyard Terres de Noël in particular is a champagne that blanc de blancs aficionados will definitely want in their cellar, and a fine example of this site's distinctive terroir.