Champagne André Jacquart "Le Mesnil Experience" Grand Cru Blanc De Blanc Brut NV ZERO DOSAGE
For four generations, André Jacquart's parents and grandparents produced only champagne grapes. In 1958, André Jacquart introduced a new spirit in the family, producing his own bottle of champagne at the grand estate of Mesnil-sur-Oger.
Champagne André Jacquard has been at the Vertus Premier Cru since 2004. Major work was carried out and the fifth generation, represented by Marie Doyard (granddaughter of André Jacquart), took over the business and inspired it with her own philosophy business. Interestingly, Marie's grandfather, Maurice Doyard, was instrumental in the founding of AOC Champagne and the delineation of vineyard areas.
André Jacquart's 60 acres of land are sustainably farmed according to "Culture Depends" guidelines.
Winemaking and Wine Considerations
Mesnil-sur-Great Aure, White Wine Coast. Old vines over 50 years old. Fermented in 100% old Burgundy oak barrels. André Jacquart uses his barrel fermentation solution Aquaflex barrels for the wine fermentation of the Grand Cru Chardonnay grapes. These casks have a medium oak impact and deliver delicate aromas of vanilla and soft spices that accentuate the wine's initial fruit flavors. Zero dose. No malolactic fermentation. Wine is aged for at least seven years before it can be discarded.
Ecstasy with "haute gourmet" meals is a ramshackle taste, like the monkfish medallion with exotic fruit butter.
Aged on its lees a minimum of seven years before disgorgement.
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Andre Jacquart is a “grower champagne” in the truest sense.