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Composition: Aged for at least 30 months.
Blend : 70% Pinot Noir and 30% Chardonnay
Dosage : 7 gr/l
Villages : Chigny-les-Roses, Mailly-Champagne, Verzy, Verzenay, Villers-Marmery.
Visually : the cuvee presents precious green-gold glints.
The effervescence is abundant and the thin and fast bubbles flow into an attractive white cord.
Nose : The first nose brings out a floral and vegetal bouquet. Citrus and cereal notes come gradually out in addition to the fresh and elegant flavours. The nose is fine and delicate, with youthfulness and temperance.
Mouth : the attack is fresh and harmonious with a gentle, enticing acidity. The effervescence reinforces the freshness and galvanizes the taste. The wine temperature rises it develops a soft, almost velvet texture. Added to all of these tastes, hints of marshmallow and almond give the cuvee a real distinctness.
A signature cuvee from Janisson & Fils, an essential champagne for your aperitifs with friends.
The creator Manu Janisson IS Champagne Janisson and champagne is his passion. In his business, there is no board of directors or no expensive PR agency. Manu is rooted in champagne. He lives and breathes the area, the region and the product.
He is located in the Grand Cru Village of Verzenay, which has one of the most prestigious terroirs of the Champagne region. Manu is from a long line of wine-makers and growers, he is resolutely passionate about developing and enriching the family tradition. After many years of making champagnes under other labels, selling grapes to various big name houses, and producing champagnes for other people, Manu decided it was time to launch his eponymous brand. But this was not an overnight decision, it had been planned since the early 00’s and he had been working on his wines, his house and his brand for almost 15 years before the launch in 2014.
Manu is forward thinking and very modern in his approach and outlook. He appreciates the ‘heritage’ of champagne but feels firmly that a contemporary approach and style is just as relevant and arguably more important. In 2014, with the help of architect Giovanni Pace, he based his new Champagne House in a sleek, modern cellar formed of concrete rather than dug from the local chalk like other houses.