Un superbe effervescent pour l'apéritif au caractère fruité fin et complexe.
The latest nonvintage from Australia’s most famous Tasmanian sparkling producer is a tasty drop at a bargain price. A blend of Champagne’s three classic varieties, this bottling combines fruit from the north and south of the island. Eighteen months on lees results in a bubbly that is mostly fruit driven—lemon, apple and pear—with the yeast-derived brioche notes serving as a backdrop.
A cool-climate Chardonnay-based fizz that punches above its weight. About 5% of the wine matures in old French oak before the second fermentation, where it spends two years on lees, gaining creamy toasted almond notes to join crisp green apple fruit. A steal when on offer.
Crisp and linear, with lime, grapefruit and green apple flavors that are intense and refreshing. Shows plenty of focus on the finish.
Pale gold with a light mousse. Peach and melon on the nose, with a pungent floral quality building with air. A silky, fine-grained midweight with ripe orchard and pit fruit flavors and a late kick of floral honey. Finishes with gentle melon and peach flavors and impressive length. Lots of flavor for the money here.
A fresh nose with apples, fresh citrus and preserved lemons. Medium-bodied with some nice green and citrus fruit, steely acidity and a bright finish.
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.
90 James Suckling
93 Wine Enthusiast
90 Wine Spectator