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Jacquesson Cuvee 738 D.T.

Mix 12
£86.00
Mix 6
£88.00
Per Bottle
£92.00
Delivered Mon 26th Jul In or Near London
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Delivered Tue 27th Jul Out of London
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Description & Technical Information
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The red grapes come from chalk-rich vineyards in Aÿ, a Grand Cru, and Dizy and Hautvillers both Premiers Crus in the Marne and the Chardonnay comes from two Grand Crus in the Côte des Blancs, Avize and Oiry. Traditional growing techniques are employed with little or no soil enrichment whilst most treatments are organic. Harvest was carried out by hand between the 14th and 27th of September. The D.T. refers to Degorgement Tardive or late disgorgement, so this is the same blend as the regular release from Jaquesson, just kept on the lees for at least five additional years and the base year is the 2010 vintage.

Weather: With the lowest temperatures since 1996, the first part of the year contrasted with the entire decade. Winter frosts and a cool spring were reminders of the vineyard’s northerly latitude. The summer was hot, but not excessively so, and infrequent rain confirmed a particularly dry year. Suddenly, in mid-August, everything changed. The equivalent of two months of rain fell in just two days. With the heat and the water, maturation was fast and generous, but the harvest began with botrytis mould attacking the Pinot Noir grapes. As in 1995, the grapes had an elevated balance, at the same time sweet and acidic, but some parcels had to be left out and others sorted in order to bring out the best in a vintage rich in contrasts.

Technical Information:
Vineyards: 50% Grand Cru & 50% Premier Cru | Chardonnay: Avize & Oiry Pinot Noir: Ay, Dizy & Hautvillers
Grape Varieties: 61% Chardonnay, 21% Meunier, 18% Pinot Noir
Base Vintage: 2010
Lees Ageing: 8 years
Disgorged: June 2019
Dosage: 0.75 g/l Extra Brut
Production: 14,910 bottles
Alcohol: 12.5%
Drink: Now to 2025

Tasting Note: Fresh and vibrant, opening with notes of citrus peel, white flowers and orchard fruits, followed by more savoury, nutty flavours and a touch of spice on the racy finish.
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Expert Reviews
91/100
William Kelley
“Medium-bodied, fine-boned and precise, it's delicate and charming, with a pinpoint mousse, lively acids and a mineral finish.”
94/100
Antonio Galloni MW
“So fresh and vibrant in the glass, the 738 dazzles from start to finish. Lemon confit, white flowers, almond and dried orchard fruit all race out of the glass. The Dégorgement Tardif was aged on cork and spent ninety-six months on the lees, which works so well in preserving the wine's freshness and explosive energy. Time in the glass brings out the wine's tension and vibrancy.”
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