Each JCB wine is known by a number. And each number has deep significance for Jean-Charles Boisset, the collection's creator and namesake. Jean-Charles was born in 1969, the year that mankind went to the moon. As such, 69 represents unlimited expression, freedom, creativity, intellectual revolution, artistry, and refinement. Of course, 69 is also a rosé brut based exclusively on pinot noir; a rosé that entwines masculinity and femininity. Table 101
N°69 is a seductively light and refreshing rosé. Vibrant aromas of raspberry and red currant evolve into aromatic jammy notes. This wine is tender in the mouth with crisp flavors.
For Jean-Charles Boisset, sparkling wine is not a special occasion beverage. It is a radiant moment in your otherwise typical day. While effortless to enjoy, our No. 21 Brut is nonetheless a bit mysterious. Crisp and bracing, it also has the tiniest bit of luminous creaminess. This fashionable sparkler features fragrant aromas of white flowers, stone fruit, citrus, sliced almonds and roasted hazelnut. On the palate, the flavors expand with lovely notes of white peach, ripe apple, lemon, ginger spice, vanilla, vibrant acidity, crisp mouthfeel, and a lengthy dry finish. Table 101
Floral on the nose as if it were going to be sweet but dry and crisp as ice. A bit minerally on the finish, like a salty Gose.
Next best thing to true champagne for under $20. Not too tart. Not too sweet. Perfect with no mixer.
Amazing!!! Perfectly balanced. Perfect bubbly. Great fruit & lees mix on the palate.
Smooth. Subtle notes of red berries. Hint of chocolate and spice.
Drank on New Year's Eve. I like better than Hillinger.
How many calories?
Sweet and bubbly