Champagne Jacquesson Dizy Terre Rouges Rose' de Signee 2011


Champagne Jacquesson Dizy Terre Rouges Rose' de Signee 2011



At the foot of a gently sloping hill, facing east. Reddish brown limestone of some considerable depth overlying chalky silt.

2011 - Winter was glacially cold and very wet, spring was very warm and dry, albeit with some frosts. The beginning of summer was gloomy and sullen; however, the end of the growing season was a lot more pleasant. All of the crop for this wine was de-stemmed and crushed, with half the grapes receiving a short maceration whilst the rest underwent a simple running off of free-run juice.

The grapes were picked on 3 September 2011. 11,3 deg all, 6.2 gr/l acidity. 6,140 bottles and 250 magnums were produced.

The 2011 Extra-Brut Rosé Dizy-Terres Rouges is gorgeous. Aromatic and light on its feet, the 2011 is decidedly gracious and delicate in feel, and yet all the elements are nicely balanced. At the same time, Jacquesson seems to have avoided the green notes that plague so many wines in this vintage.

Disgorged November, 2017 and bottled with no dosage.

Varietals: Pinot Noir

Expert Scores: 92 VinousMedia

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