Champagne Jacquesson 746 Extra Brut is an extra brut A.O.C. Champagne, made as a blend of the best musts from the three grands crus and the two premiers crus with a 2005 cuvée. The nose is complex and fresh, with aromas of fresh baking, lemon rind, apple pie, pear, dried flowers and white fruits. The palate is full-bodied and creamy, with fine bubbles and a good balance of acidity. A touch of fresh ginger stands out. The perfect option as an aperitif or paired with seafood / white fish.
The alcohol content is 12.5%. Made with 57% Chardonnay, 22% Pinot Meunier, 21% Pinot Noir. Best consumed around 12°C. Contains sulphites.
The Jacquesson story begins in 1798 when the Jacquesson family founded the house. Today, it no longer belongs to that family as it was acquired by the Chiquets, but the name stayed. They have managed to imbue this century-old brand with its own unique style that goes against the norm of most of the houses in the A.O.C. Champagne. While most of them strive to maintain the same taste and character of their sparkling wines (using traditional, hundred-year-old recipes), Jacquesson decided to draw on previous and current vintages to make the best possible blend each year. For the winemakers at Jacquesson, work and quality in the field are fundamental and their method works thanks to one crucial element: the quality of the fruit.Brand's website
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