Shipment due in early December and can be purchased now at pre-arrival price
The house of Jacquart was established in 1964 by Chardonnay growers. Today, it is the second largest grower-producer in Champagne, with 100 per cent of the fruit grown by the owners. Closely linked to the terroir, the wines represent a fascinating bridge between the smaller family estates and the Grandes Marques.
Full salmon-pink colour with a rich, ripe, raspberry to strawberry nose, bold and fruity, building lovely toast and brioche complexities. A very attractive mix of fruit and tirage-developed characters. The wine is rich and full-bodied, loaded with flavour but not at the expense of finesse. Long carry. A very smart rosé in a fuller, more generous style. Tasted: August 2019; Rating: 92 Points; Huon Hooke; Real Review
This has an attractive, fresh, sliced-strawberry core with a wealth of zesty and composed berries. Honey aromas, too. The palate has a very composed, elegant yet delicately fleshy, strawberry core with a fine, acidity-etched finish. Drink now. Tasted: September 2019; Rating: 91 Points; James Suckling
Other selections made on the same order will be dispatched together in early December
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