Destination Wine: Jacquart Brut Mosaic, Champagne, France

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Fast Facts on this Wine:

  • Grapes: Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier, Chardonnay
  • Region: Champagne, France
  • Vintage: Non-Vintage (NV) meaning a blend of vintages
  • Body style: Medium
  • Wine type: Dry bubbly
  • Top food matches: fried foods, egg dishes, soft cheeses, anything or nothing 🙂

Visiting the Champagne region of France is a must if you go to Paris–the cities of Reims and Epernay where the Champagne houses are headquartered so close! And seeing (and tasting) first-hand what makes Champagne a like-no-other wine will make you appreciate the artistry in the bottle all the more. From the distinctive chalky soils, to the miles and miles of beautiful subterranean aging caves, to the painstaking process of blending dozens of still base wines to create a signature flavor profile, you’ll understand why this is truly one of the world’s benchmark wines. Make an appointment to visit Champagne Jacquart, and be sure to taste the Blanc de Blancs (made exclusively from Chardonnay), Rose and their newly-launched luxury blend called Alpha.