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Jansz - Premium Cuvee NV

Australia
Sparkling Wine from Tasmania · Australia
£19.50 £16.58
Case Rate: £16.58
Ex Tax: £13.81
Country:
Wine Region: Tasmania
Winery: Jansz
Wine Maker: Natalie Fryar
Grape: Champagne Blend
Grape Percentage: 53% Chardonnay 44% Pinot Noir 3% Pinot Meunier
Alcohol Percentage: 12%
Unit Quantity (ml): 750
Best To Drink: Drink Now
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Rating 89 pts  Wine Advocate/Robert Parker
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Country:
Wine Region: Tasmania
Winery: Jansz
Wine Maker: Natalie Fryar
Grape: Champagne Blend
Grape Percentage: 53% Chardonnay 44% Pinot Noir 3% Pinot Meunier
Alcohol Percentage: 12%
Unit Quantity (ml): 750
Best To Drink: Drink Now

Wine tasting notes

The first thing you notice about this wine is the fine mousse, whilst a captivating nose of honeysuckle and citrus waft from the glass, mingled with subtle hints of roasted nuts and strawberries. The creamy mouth-filling palate tantalises with delicate fruits and lingering citrus and nougat nuances finishing with fresh acidity. Terrific value for money!

Expert reviews

Wine Advocate/Robert Parker (NV) - 89 pts

Jun 2011 - Reviewer Lisa Perrotti Brown - A blend of 53% Chardonnay and 47% Pinot Noir, undergoing 100% malo-lactic and aged for 24 months on lees, the NV Jansz Cuvee Non Vintage Cuvee has a citrusy nose of lemongrass and orange peel over notes of baking bread, straw and chalk dust. This brut style has fine, frisky bubbles and crisp acid that is nicely matched against a small amount of dosage (9 grams per liter), finishing long and zesty. Drinking now, it should remain fresh and vibrant for 2-3 years+.


JancisRobinson.com (NV) - 16 pts

Tasted Oct 2016 - Very creamy and buttery nose with a biting acidic line and a dairy-dominated palate, both in texture and flavour. There’s plenty of flavour range here, although the acid is a bit jagged. (RH)


Wine Enthusiast (NV) - 93 pts

Toasty and citrusy, this is a prototypical méthode Champenoise sparkler, blending Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier from the cool island of Tasmania, off Australia's southern coast. It's medium in weight, with a crisp lemony finish that invites a second sip. J.C. (12/15/2010)


James Halliday (NV) - 91 pts

A blend that evenly harmonises fruit character, depth of maturity and the vivacious mood or cool Tasmanian acidity, in flavours of apple and pear finishing with biscuity, toasty complexity. It's long and even, culminating in well integrated acidity.

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