Jacquesson Brut "Cuvée 734"

SKU #1066310 91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 The NV Brut Cuvee No 734 is an absolutely beautiful bottle of wine. Rich and expansive on the palate, the Brut Cuvee No 734 flows onto the palate with expressive fruit, showing wonderful richness and depth. The aromatics and minerality of the Chardonnay play off the richness of the Pinot and Meunier with remarkable grace. The Brut Cuvee No 734 is 54% Chardonnay, 26% Pinot Meunier and 20% Pinot Noir, all from Premier Cru and Grand Cru vineyards in the Vallee de la Marne and Cote des Blancs. The principal vintage is 2006 and constitutes 73% of the final blend, with the rest of the blend coming from the estate’s reserve wines. Dosage was 5 grams per liter. This bottle was disgorged in the 1st quarter, 2010. Anticipated maturity: 2010-2018.  (12/2010)

90 points Wine Spectator

 Fresh blossom aromas mingle with flavors of wild cherry, currant and whole-wheat toast in this lacy-textured Champagne. Drink now through 2013.  (11/2010)

K&L Notes

This latest release cuvée from Jacquesson, founded in 1795, is composed of 54% Chardonnay, 26% Pinot Meunier and 20% Pinot Noir. A blend of 2006 vintage (73%) and various resserve wines from Grand and Premier Cru vineyards in the Marne Valley and the Cote des blancs. Disgorged in the 3rd quater of 2010 (July, August, September) and dosaged at an ultra low 3.5. Less than 30,000 cases produced. A wonderfully dry style with creamy, stone fruit nose. Peach and apple fruit with toasty and yeasty notes. Heaps of acidity on the finish, which is exceptionally clean and fresh. Organically produced.

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Staff Image By: John Majeski | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 3/31/2012 | Send Email
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Jacquesson is one of the earliest Champagne houses, established in Châlons-sur-Marne during the end of the 18th century. Innovative founder Memmie Jacquesson was the first to train vines on rows (with the help of Dr. Guyot), develop precise dosage levels to help mitigate the hazard of exploding bottles, and successfully patent the 'muselet', the wire basket that gracefully supports the cork in sparkling wine. After visiting the winery's impressive cellar, Napoleon awarded Jacquesson a gold medallion, and it prospered during much of the 19th century, selling well over a million bottles before falling off a bit following the death of the owner. In 1974 it was bought by the Chiquet family, who have tirelessly sought to restore it to its former glory. Strictly sustainable, organic methods are employed by this venerable grower/producer, and they have opted to create a unique series of nonvintage Brut cuvées, combining fruit from dozens of parcels and the selective addition of wines from previous years, with the goal of emphasizing the special qualities of each harvest. The latest incarnation, Cuvée 734, is pure, focused and fabulous, vinified from 54% Chardonnay, 26% Pinot Meunier and 20% Pinot Noir, a classic grower Champagne that will entice you with its elegant nose of puff pastry, bosc pear, figs and apple, dancing and emerging on the palate with a production of brilliant players from lemon to pineapple to toast, integrated on a spine of fine, cleansing acidity. This is a stunning, hard-to-come-by Champagne for those special times when you simply cannot compromise on quality.
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