Champagne Jacquesson, Brut, 2002, 1.5 L
Champagne beautiful pale golden color with fine bubbles.
Champagne has a creamy, rounded, perfectly balanced fruit flavors with hints of minerals and a long finish.
The aroma of wine is filled with tones of peach and quince in combination with mineral and spicy notes.
Champagne perfect as an aperitif, goes well with oysters, light seafood dishes, cream soups and dishes of sea fish.
Millezimnyh Jacquesson champagne is produced only in exceptional years of good harvest of grapes grown in the vineyards of Grand Cru Class and the most beautiful sites in the region Dizy, classified as Premiers Crus. After the wine tasting, it was decided to use assemblage harvest Chardonnay with plots Avize Cain (37%) and Chouilly, Pinot Noir from d'Ay (15%), Dizy (35%), as well as a small amount of grapes (7%) from the site Mareuil sur Ay. Champagne Zhakson 2002 was made in July 2003. The optimal duration of use - 2012-2022 year.
History of the Zhakson based Zhaksonom Claude and his son Memmi, began in 1798. Success accompanied the first years of wine production. Fan of the brand Zhakson was Napoleon, who visited Champagne house in 1809, and in 1810 was awarded a gold medal home for quality. For his wedding to Grand Duchess Marie-Louise of Austria, Napoleon acquired the House Zhakson solid batch of champagne. In 1835, Adolf Zhakson headed the firm and spent drastic changes to improve and expand production. It was he who invented the muzzle - bridle wire to secure the cork in the bottle of champagne, which is patented in 1844. By the end of XIX century house Zhakson produced about 1 million. Bottles a year, but after the death of Adolf family showed little interest in winemaking.
In 1974, the family bought a house Chic Zhakson in the property and made a number of improvements to the process of wine production, as well as improved processing system vineyards. Today House Zhakson owns 30 hectares of vineyards located in the municipalities of Grand and Premiers Crus: Oville, Deasy, advices and Au. Also, the economy further buys grapes grown in several communes Grand Cru: Verzenay, maypole, Shuyi, Maya and Sillery. Family Chic restore the glory of the brand Jacquesson, which is now synonymous with champagne wines of the highest quality.