Tuesday, 12 January 2016

Jansz Vintage Cuvée 2010

There's plenty of cheap imported Champagne on the market but wines like this only drive home how blessed we are in Australia with the quality of sparkling coming out of Tasmania.

The winemaking notes that accompanied the bottle say Méthode Tasmanoise. Clever.

Fifty percent was fermented in old French oak and it was aged for four and a half years on lees. The complexity delivered is absolutely delicious. Brioche, toast, slithers of cashews and zippy lemons. Flavours are neatly poised and balanced ensuring the mouth is coated generously leaving a long satisfying finish in its wake.

I'd go here again without question.


Region: Tasmania
RRP: $47
Source: Sample


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