Pinot Noir. This historically famous site is mid-slope facing due south; alluvial calcareous top soil over blocks of Campanian chalk. Planted to Pinot Noir with 2,500 vines over 0.3 hectare in 1980. Cordon de Royat pruning.
A wine of immense complexity. Year 2008 was characteristic of our northern clime: spring was cool and rainy, summer dry and windy, as was September. Proof that Champagne can produce a great vintage despite a cool growing season! Grapes picked on 25 September 2008; 10°8 alcohol, 7.2 gr/l acidity.
2,652 bottles and 198 magnums produced. Bottled on 19 May 2009. Disgorged in April 2018. No dosage. Champagne House Notes
Jacquesson 2008 Ay Vauzelle Terme Extra Brut Champagne
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