1310 – Champagne Selection Reserve Brut Yves Jacques

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Description

1310 – CHAMPAGNE SELECTION RESERVE BRUT YVES JACQUES

Characteristics: Yves Jacques Reserve Brut is composed of 40% Chardonnay and 60% Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier, which come from more than 35 different vineyards and several vines perfectly matured. This strong proportion of Chardonnay, unique among the great champagnes without vintage, as well as a minimum aging of three years in cava, where it reaches its full aromatic maturity, make Yves Jacques Reserve Brut a very balanced champagne, whose quality , of absolute constancy, is recognized throughout the world. The Champagne Selection Reserve Brut Yves Jacques is honoured to conceive an exceptional Brut without vintage.

Varieties: Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier

Denomination of Origin: Champagne.

Graduation: 12.5% ​​Vol. Alc

Tasting Notes:

· View: The appearance is bright, golden straw yellow. The bubbles are fine. The foam is discreet and persistent.

· Nose: The nose, very expressive and open, is both fruity and brioche. Farewell aromas of peach, white flowers (hawthorn, acacia) and vanilla pod.

· Mouth: The entrance to the mouth is lively, fresh, harmonious. Flavors of fruit and honey are then delicately expressed.

Service temperature: Between 6º and 8º degrees

Conclusion: Selection Reserve Brut Yves Jacques acquires full maturity in the course of three to four years of aging in the cellar, having a developed aromatic potential. Yves Jacques Reserva Brut is the champagne of all times. Wine and festive symbol, it is the privileged companion of happiness and participates in the beautiful moments of life.

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Weight 9,7 kg
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