The base wine was kept on the lees for 8 months initially during the first fermentation. 10% of the Chardonnay was Barrel Fermented. The “magic of the bubbles” begins during the 2 nd fermentation that occurs in the bottle thereby extending maturation on the lees for 48 – 60 months. After “disgorgement” (removal of the yeast lees) and “dosage” (adding base wine and sugar) the final product is left on the cork and then released.
Bon Courage Jacques Bruere Brut Reserve
Fruit driven style with peach, hints of citrus as well as creaminess. It expresses both intensity and delicacy. Toasted nutty characters infused with stone fruits complimented by rich, creamy biscuit flavours. Lingering finish with a lively mousse.