The interesting point of difference of André Jacquart’s impressive elegant bone dry wines is that they all have their first fermentation in oak casks
Champagne André Jacquart, not to be confused with the big co-operative Champagne Jacquart, is a family owned and run house based in Vertus in the Cotes de Blanc. Run by brother and sister team Pierre Jacquart and Chantal Doyard-Jacquart, assisted by Chantal’s husband Maurice and their daughter Marie. They own 18 hectares of Grand and 1er Cru vines in the villages of Vertus and Le Mesnil and some Pinot Noir in the Vallée de la Marne.
The interesting point of difference of these impressive elegant bone dry wines is that they all have their first fermentation in oak casks; there is no malolactic fermentation to maintain their freshness and a very low dosage. With yeast, toasty, red apple fruit on the nose with a long bone dry palate with again apples, candied fruit and yeasty toasty notes again a very long and dry finish
|Bottle Size||Bottle (70cl)|
|Maturity||Drinking now but will keep for several years|
|Style||Medium bodied, Brut, Delicate, Dry, Elegant|