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Henri Giraud Dame-Jane Rose Champagne

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A Cuvée aged partly in terracotta jars, called Dame-Jane.

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It is a champagne wine made from Pinot Noir grapes planted from different sunny south facing slopes in the vineyard named Aÿ Grand Cru.

It is an atypical Cuvée with first vinification in French oak barrels from the Argonne forest in the Vosges area and then by aging for a few months before bottling and slats in "Dame-Jane" cellars. ", a terracotta jar. La Dame-Jeanne was a container used by merchants from the Persian City of Damghan (French as Dame-Jeanne) located on the Silk Road. This container was used until the Middle Ages in Europe (then replaced by the barrel) to transport wines from Mesopotamia, the cradle of the vine between the Tigris and the Euphrates.

The color is a beautiful shiny rosé.

The nose is filled with aromas of red fruits: Burlat, Reverchon, cherry or guigne, so many aromas that we find in the mouth in an explosion of farandole of red fruits.

To be served at around 10 to 12 ° C.

It is a wine with strong aging properties around 10 years that we will drink with pleasure throughout a meal with plancha grilled prawns, blazed with Cognac, on grilled fish, even meats like beef tenderloin or flambéed veal kidneys.

100% Pinot Noir.

Size :Bottle 0,75L
Alcohol Degree :12°
Appellation :Champagne
Vintage :Non Vintage
Classification :Premier & Grand Cru
Dosage :Brut (6 to 12 g/L)

Henri Giraud Champagne, a house managed by Claude Giraud from an old family settled in Aÿ for many generations, on a vineyard mainly located on the mountain of Aÿ.

Aÿ, a prestigious name forever linked to the region’s history, whose wines have been ranked among the world’s best wines for at least 10 centuries. Kings of France always wished to own a vineyard in Aÿ. Henri IV, King of France, even was called “Sir of Aÿ”. Until 1887, wine from the Champagne region were called “wines of Aÿ”, and after this date, they acquired the designation “Champagne”.

Today, 323 Champagne wines can produce Champagne, but only 17 are legally classified “Grands Crus”. Aÿ, classified Grand Cru, is the geographic, qualitative, and historic heart of the Champagne region.

The vine on this mythic land are rooted in a deep calcareous soil, to draw from it extraordinary expressions that are mineral and floral.

The Henri Giraud produces several Champagne qualities, but Premiers Grands Cru only selected a few, truthful to its Charter.

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