Join us for an awesome tasting with the regional manager of Jacquart, Benoit Petillon.
Champagne Jacquart is a young house initially created by a few committed growers pooling both their expertise and exceptional vineyards, but as soon as I joined the house in 2011 I began to streamline the range in order to express more elegance, purity and vibrant minerality. We now have 1,600 families which cover over half the crus in Champagne. Each of our wines has a story to tell: the story of our relationship with lovers of Champagne.’ This goal is vividly realised in Jacquart’s Brut Mosaïc Signature which is aged for five years on lees before disgorgement. ‘To be able to support a lower dosage of 7 g/l and five years of ageing, the blend has to be rich, structured and balanced. For a NV, this length of ageing is one of the longest in the world and it increases the aromatic complexity while also mellowing the wine and refining its effervescence.’ ‘We’re not bound by a long history, but creating Champagne is a long process,’ says Eznack. ‘We’re free to create our own future and do things our own way. You could say that I’m working more for my successors than for today, because I am defining the character of our Champagnes in ten or twenty years’ time. ‘We have many intriguing projects and wines to be released in the future which are still in our cellars and will be even more interesting. Patience….’, she insists.
Champagne Jacquart Mosaique Brut NV
Champagne Jacquart Mosaique Brut Rose NV
Champagne Jacquart Blanc de Blancs 2013
Champagne Jacquart Cuvee Alpha 2010