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Wine Region: Champagne - France
Grape: Chardonnay 43%, Meunier 30%, Pinot Noir 27%.
Tasting notes:Cuvee 745 from the Maison Jacquesson, is from the 2017 harvest, a low volume harvest, but with rich and dense wines. Beautiful Extra-Brut champagne (0.75g/l), it is made from 55% of the terroirs of Aÿ, Dizy and Hautvillers and 45% of those of Avize and Oiry.
One of the "700" numbered vintages, famous for their finesse, purity and incredible ageing potential. Result of a blend of Chardonnay at 43%, Meunier at 30% and Pinot Noir at 27%, the nose unveils notes of citrus fruits, and brioche. Its bubble is of a great finesse, and air. The mouth is very elegant, on white fruits, with a slightly woody and mineral touch. A fine, complex and tense champagne profile.
A very great champagne that this 745, that you can enjoy as a chic aperitif, with shellfish, poultry, or a tasty sheep's cheese.
About the winery: The Jacquesson champagne house is based in Dizy, in the Marne, 3 km north of Epernay and about 20 km south of Reims. It has nearly 30 hectares in production, mainly dominated by Chardonnay, a grape variety joined by Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. The vines are located in two distinct vineyards of Champagne: the Grande Vallée de la Marne and the Côte des Blancs, exclusively in villages classified as Premier Cru and Grand Cru. The approximately 15% of grapes purchased from other winegrowers represent about 8 hectares, which are located on neighboring parcels, also classified as Premier Cru and Grand Cru. Domaine Jacquesson alone covers more than 80% of its grape needs. In the Marne Valley, Jacquesson has vineyards in :
In the Côte des Blancs, in :
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