1989 Jacquesson & Fils ''Signature'' Brut Champagne (1.5L)

SKU #1283820 Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar

 Fairly deep color. Toasty/yeasty aromas of butterscotch, spice, strawberry and orange peel. A medium-bodied wine with rapidly maturing flavors and a generous dosage. Finishes with a suggestion of sherry. (ST)  (11/1998)

Wine Spectator

 Rich in aroma, solid in fruit flavors and supple in texture. Ample aromas of vanilla and nutmeg lead to leaner flavors of apple and lemon. Very dry.  (11/1999)

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