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Jacquinot Private Cuvee Brut (750ml)
Jacquinot Private Cuvee Brut (750ml)

  • Jacquinot Private Cuvee Brut (750ml)

Jacquinot Private Cuvee Brut (750ml)

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Jacquinot Private Cuvee Brut (750ml)
This is the signature non-vintage Champagne;

Tasting Note:
This Champagne is ideal for cocktails and as an accompaniment to appetizers. Served between 8 to 10 °C (46 to 50 °F), it reveals the fresh, toasty characters of Chardonnay, which are followed by the fruitiness of the Pinot. The tiny bubbles provide a delightful sensation.

Customers can purchase half bottles, magnum and jeroboams, and in Brut, Demi Sec from Wine Peers.

Grapes: A blend of 70 % Chardonnay and 30 % of Pinot Noir, containing 25 % of reserve wines to provide our own personal touch.
Currently, the 2014 blend which was bottled in 2015 is available. 4 years of lees ageing. Dosage at 9.4 g/l for the BRUT. The malolactic fermentation is not done on this blend.

Gilbert et Gaillard 90/100 Gold medal -Singapore 2019 Silver medal

Previous Blends
87/100 Wine Guide Gilbert et Gaillard 2017
18/20 and “Coup de Coeur” TERRE DE VINS 12/2016 SPECIAL BRUT NV
Recommendation in Guide Hachette 2016 for the 2011 base.
“Coup de Coeur” in Gault & Millau 2016, published for Christmas 2015 16/20.
Revue des vins de France December 2015 15/20
Revue des vins de France December 2015 15/20
Gold Medal Wine Guide Gilbert & Gaillard 2015 to be published in June 2014 for the 2010 base
Gold Medal Wine Guide Gilbert & Gaillard 2012 for the 2007 base-Gold Medal Wine Guide Gilbert & Gaillard 2013 for the 2008 base

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HISTORY of the Family Jacquinot
Pierre Jacquinot and his two sons, Jacques and Jean-Guy, created Champagne Jacquinot & Fils in 1947. Pierre was seriously injured in WWI by a mustard gas attack when he was just 18 years old, and so he decided to convert his physically demanding family farm into a vineyard once he returned from the war. Once returned from the war, he also became a grape broker for Champagne Mercier, which required him to buy and sell grapes from the local grape growers. In 1929, he set up his own pressing centre to process the purchased grapes. As he was injured in the war, he spent his winters on the French Riviera to rest and recover. To sustain himself during the winters, he sold Champagne for Champagne Watteau. After the Second World War, Pierre and his two sons decided to produce their own Champagne since they already had all of the necessary supplies: a vineyard, a pressing centre, a small winery and a network of customers. At that time, it was impossible to make and sell Champagne from any town other than Reims or Epernay, and so that is why they purchased this winery here in Epernay. Today, our family has 17 ha (42 acres) of vines, and we grow the traditional three Champagne varietals: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. Jean-Manuel Jacquinot, the son of Jean-Guy, has been the oenologist and wine maker at Champagne Jacquinot since 1998, and became the executive director in 2009. François Nicolet, Jacques’ son-in-law, joined the company in 2009 as the marketing manager.

Jacquinot is now certified VITICULTURE DURABLE EN CHAMPAGNE (Sustainable Viticulture in Champagne).
This eco-friendly designation is the greenest designation one can receive in Champagne.

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