Regarding the Champagne Jacquart Mosaïque Rosé
This Mosaïque Rosé cuvée from Maison Jacquart is made from a selection of grapes from Premiers and Grands Crus with 40% Chardonnay, 33% Pinot Noir and 27% Meunier. 16% of red wine, from Pinot, is added to it as well as 25 to 35% of reserve wines.
The five mosaics, which illustrate the different stages of the elaboration of champagne and express the love of the wine of this family decorate the building of the Jacquart family. Classified in the inventory of historical monuments, it is this masterpiece of the Jacquart heritage that gave its name to this emblematic vintage.
After having spent a little more than 3 years in the cellar, this rosé cuvée has really gained in complexity and harmony. The Jacquart House is the promise of an authentic quality of champagne!
The result is an ample and greedy champagne, with a pretty salmon color and intense notes of redcurrant jelly, cherry and wild strawberry with a very great freshness in mouth.
A delicacy to be kept for 3 or 4 years, and which will deserve a good occasion, like an aperitif between friends, or around raw fishes like sushis or as a dessert on roasted peaches.