JCB by Jean-Charles Boisset NO. 44 Premier Cru Sparkling Champagne
No 44 represents an accident of destiny with a LUSTROUS outcome This FORTUITOUS discovery and explosive moment happened when the cork popped unexpectedly, in 1844 It was first seen as the work of the devil himself until the invention of the muselet which resulted in the UNRIVALED Champagne bubbles you adore today... To le vin du diable never to be confined!
GRAPE VARIETY: 56% Chardonnay and 44% Pinot Noir REGION: Champagne, France
WINEMAKING NOTES: Chardonnay from the Côte des Blancs and Pinot Noir from Montagne de Reims and The Marne Valley. Aged in stainless steel. • Dosage: 8 g/L Brut • 12% ALC
A deep, golden yellow color in the bottle with a fine, sparkling perlage. A truly smooth and well-balanced Champagne, the nose is fresh and warm that reveals aromas of white fruits followed with subtle citrus notes. Silky texture with a lively edge, this wine shows its maturity with notes of brioche but plenty of intense freshness leaving a crisp, long-lasting finish. WHAT THE NUMBER 44 SIGNIFIES: Prior to 1844 and the discovery of the wire cage used to keep the cork in place, Champagne was seen as the work of the devil himself -- nicknamed le vin du diable, or "the devil's wine."
||JCB by Jean-Charles Boisset NO. 44 Premier Cru Sparkling Champagne