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Jean-Jacques Vincent Cremant de Bourgogne Brut

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1749597
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Jean-Jacques Vincent Cremant de Bourgogne Brut 750ml

Jean-Jacques Vincent Cremant de Bourgogne Brut

The Crémant Brut is dry and offers fine bubbles, hints of flowers at the nose, crisp and fruity on the palate. It is a great Classic for all festive occasions.

The selection for this sparkler - Cremant de Bourgogne comes from vinyards situated south of Burgundy. The vineyard soils are composed of limestone, clay and pebbles and are situated in the cooler areas. The grapes are hand-picked at the early stage of the harvest in order to preserve the mineral character and the acidity. These elements will allow freshness and crispy aromas once bottled. The word ”Cremant” was originally used in reference to ”Champagne demi-mousse” which is a lower pressured Champagne. The pressure difference was 5 bar instead of 6.5 to 7 bar. The actual vinification or elaboration of the Cremant called the ”methode traditionnelle” corresponds to the ”methode champenoise” and produces a pressure of 6.5 bar in the bottle.”

 

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Jean-Jacques Vincent Jean-Jacques Vincent Cremant de Bourgogne Brut
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
The Crémant Brut is dry and offers fine bubbles, hints of flowers at the nose, crisp and fruity on the palate. It is a great Classic for all festive occasions.
 

Notes on the Jean-Jacques Vincent Cremant de Bourgogne Brut 750ML

Wine Maker Notes The selection for this sparkler - Cremant de Bourgogne comes from vinyards situated south of Burgundy. The vineyard soils are composed of limestone, clay and pebbles and are situated in the cooler areas. The grapes are hand-picked at the early stage of the harvest in order to preserve the mineral character and the acidity. These elements will allow freshness and crispy aromas once bottled. The word ”Cremant” was originally used in reference to ”Champagne demi-mousse” which is a lower pressured Champagne. The pressure difference was 5 bar instead of 6.5 to 7 bar. The actual vinification or elaboration of the Cremant called the ”methode traditionnelle” corresponds to the ”methode champenoise” and produces a pressure of 6.5 bar in the bottle.”