Jacquart Mosaique Bubbly Duo

£75.00

Jacquart Champagnes are produced from organically grown vines with minimal intervention in the vineyard to encourage biodiversity. Both the Reserve and Rose are consistent award winning champagnes that deliver time after time!

CONTENTS
Presented in a Rigid Giftbox, Rafia Ribbon and Personalised Message Card.
Packed with sustainable recycled natural paper shred and recyclable tissue.

Jacquart Brut Mosaique NV Champagne 75cl S V
Bronze Medal Decanter World Wine Awards 2017
Jacquart Brut Mosaique Rose NV Champagne 75cl S V
Bronze Medal Decanter World Wine Awards 2017

O-organic; PO-practising organic; B-biodynamic;
V-vegan; VE-vegetarian; S-sustainable; F-fairtrade
MI-minimal intervention; A-artisanal; GF-gluten free; 
DF-dairy free; SF-soya free

Jacquart Brut Mosaique NV Champagne

Tasting Notes
Light, golden yellow colour with fine, long-lasting bubbles. The bouquet is lovely and fresh with fruity grape and pear hints mingling with intense notes of bread crust. Fresh and rather powerful on the palate creating a balanced overall impression with a lovely, long-lasting finish; spice bread and fruit flavours.

Food Matching Note
Red mullet with cream of marinated Dublin Bay prawns, served on a bed of salad leaves, exotic fruit and fresh coriander.

Press & Reviews

BRONZE MEDAL, International Wine & Spirit Competition 2011
BRONZE MEDAL, Sommelier Wine Awards 2011
GOLD AWARD (NV Category), Drinks Business Champagne Masters 2011
SILVER MEDAL, International Wine Challenge 2012
SILVER MEDAL, Decanter World Wine Awards 2012
SILVER MEDAL, Sommelier Wine Awards 2012
SILVER MEDAL, Sommelier Wine Awards 2013
SILVER MEDAL: OUTSTANDING, International Wine & Spirit Competition 2013
SILVER MEDAL: Champagne Masters 2013
BRONZE MEDAL, Decanter World Wine Awards 2014
BRONZE MEDAL, Sommelier Wine Awards 2014

“They call this Mosaique because its made up of different wines from a whole mosaic of vineyards in the two best champagne zones - the Montagne de Reims and the Cotes des Blancs - and most of them are grand cru or premier cru, the top sites. But that''s not all. This is a non-vintage wine, and 20 per cent of the blend is of old reserve wines kept back to add richness. Add to that a period of three to four years when the wine lies on its yeast lees, soaking up the creamy softness they exude, and ... well you''ll be getting thirsty. But it really works. There are so many mellow flavours flickering in and out of the wine: white bread crust, or is it yeasty dough? Probably both. Baked cream, milk chocolate or creme fraiche? All three. Biscuits, fluffy apples, a friendly foaming cascade of bubbles... very good stuff.” Oz Clarke, ‘My Top Wines for 2013’

Jacquart Brut Mosaique Rose NV Champagne

Tasting Notes
Delicate bubbles wrapped in intense salmon pink. Red berry-fruit aromas of ripe redcurrants, cherries and wild strawberries give way to notes of plum. Fresh and full, with a fine finish.

Food Matching Note
Excellent with finely spiced or sweet and sour dishes.

Press & Awards
BRONZE MEDAL: Decanter World Wine Awards 2011
SILVER mEDAL: International Wine & Spirit Competition 2011, Best in Class
BRONZE AWARD: Champagne Masters 2011 - Design & Packaging
SILVER MEDAL: International Wine Challenge 2012
BRONZE MEDAL: Decanter World Wine Awards 2012
SILVER MEDAL: Sommelier Wine Awards 2012
SILVER MEDAL: International Wine & Spirit Competition 2012
BRONZE MEDAL: Sommelier Wine Awards 2013
SILVER MEDAL: International Wine & Spirit Competition 2013
SILVER MEDAL: Champagne Masters 2013
SILVER MEDAL, Sommelier Wine Awards 2014

"For some, there is no substitute for champagne, but why not try one of those lesser-known houses, such as this Pinot Noir-dominated blend full of flavours of wild berries and cherries. It is a great summer aperitif."
Terry Kirby, The Independent on Sunday, 16th June 2013

"Toast your mum with some bubbly. Try this stand-out champagne - fresh and vibrant, yet elegant and round. With hints of wild strawberry and cherry, this conjures up summer in a glass and comes in a suitably smart gift box".
The Independent Online/The I Paper, 18th March 2014

JACQUART GREEN MATTERS

For the past 15 years, we have been members of to the group of wine development. The vines are grown organically and we follow minimal intervention in the vineyard to encourage biodiversity. We regurlarly attend meetings and training seminars, which allow us to share our methods and experience in winemaking and how it's evolved. We are constantly mindful of our impact on the environment and the quality of our product is our main priority.

SUSTAINABLE PHILOSOPHY

Based on a voluntary approach, sustainable viticulture aims meeting the qualitative, environmental requirements while preserving the perennially of the exploitations. Dedicated services made up of technicians and agricultural engineers were created on the initiative of each cooperative of the group in order to accompany our vine growers & partners throughout the cycle of the vine and to take part in the Magister network for the follow-up of maturity. Thus, our vine growers are sensitized, advised in order to improve their wine practices and to optimize the quality of grapes.

SUSTAINABLE ENGAGEMENTS
Integrated viticulture
Environmental issues
Reducing the impact of our activities on soil, air and water

PEST AND DISEASE MANAGEMENT
Countings and Observations in the vineyard, in order to monitor the diseases and pests
Diseases (mildew, oïdium, grey rot), Insects (worms of the bunch) and Acarina (yellow spiders) are the object of a regular follow-up to estimate the risks of appearance or their possible presence.

Minimal inputs used only of necessary
Treatments are carried out, when they are absolutely necessary, with approved products, by keeping the large account of possible risks of residues and while preserving auxiliary fauna.

ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES
Waste Collection
Water Consumption - Minimization of the use of water (spraying, domestic use, pressing & vinification)
Waste Water - 100 % of the winery effluents are depolluted.