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JACQUES SELOSSE, SOUS LE MONT EXTRA BRUT CHAMPAGNE

3.000,00kn (398,17 €)

Cuvée “Sous-le-Mont” je Grand Cru iz Montagne de Reims. Suptilan i nježan,  iznenađuje svojim ženskim značajkama i aromama zelenog čaja, suhog cvijeća i mentola. Njegov prestižni terroir daje mu prilično voćne note i snažan karakter.

 

Cuvée “Sous-le-Mont” is the Grand Cru of Montagne de Reims. Subtle and gentle, it surprises with its feminine features and aromas of green tea, dried flowers and menthol. Its prestigious terroir gives it quite fruity notes and a strong character.

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    REGIJA / REGION

    REGIJA / REGION

    Povijesna pokrajina Champagne nalazi se na sjeveroistoku Francuske te je jedna od najpoznatijih svjetskih regija u kojoj se proizvode prirodna pjenušava vina. Naziv Champagne ekskluzivan je samo za proizvođače iz te regije, a sustav zaštite geografskog podrijetla jedan je od najstarijih u Europi (Appellation d′origine contrôlée – AOC). Površine koje obuhvaća pokrajina Champagne za proizvodnju šampanjca određene su 1927. prema AOC, one iznose 34 000 hektara. Na području Champagne sveukupno se nalazi oko 16 000 vinara s 278 000 vinograda.

    Pokrajina je podijeljena na 5 okruga za proizvodnju vina: Aube, Côte des Blancs, Côte de Sézanne, Montagne de Reims i Vallée de la Marne. Najzastupljenije sorte su Pinot noir, Pinot Meunier i Chardonnay. Najpoznatiji šampanjski cuvée radi se upravo iz ovog grožđa, Blanc de blancs je šampanjac proizveden 100% iz grožđa Chardonnay-a, a Blanc de noirs je šampanjac proizveden od Pinot noir-a, Pinot meunier-a ili kupaže istih.

    Povijest šampanjaca započinje s benediktancem Pierre Perignonom koji je u opatiji Hautvillers kraj Epernaya otkrio drugu fermenaciju. Pierre Perignon, pionir proizvodnje šampanjaca, najviše je poznat po pomnom biranju baznih vina te pravljenju prvih „blendova“ za šampanjce. Revolucija u proizvodnji šampanjaca dogodila se u Limouxu, provođenjem druge fermentacije u boci.

    Boce šampanjca kada se napune u vinarijama odlaze na odležavanje u rudnike krede ispod vinarija, dugi i po nekoliko kilometara, neki se nalaze čak 40 metara ispod površine. Klima koju oni stvore puna je vlage i savršene temperature za odležavanje vina te stvaranje bukea šampanjaca.

     

    The historic province of Champagne is located in the northeast of France and is one of the world’s most famous regions where natural sparkling wines are produced. The name Champagne is exclusive only to producers from that region, and the system of protection of geographical origin is one of the oldest in Europe (Appellation d′origine contrôlée – AOC). The areas covered by the province of Champagne for the production of champagne were determined in 1927 according to the AOC, they amount to 34,000 hectares. In the Champagne area, there are a total of about 16,000 winemakers with 278,000 vineyards.

    The province is divided into 5 wine-producing districts: Aube, Côte des Blancs, Côte de Sézanne, Montagne de Reims and Vallée de la Marne. The most common varieties are Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay. The most famous champagne cuvée is made from this grape, Blanc de blancs is a champagne produced 100% from Chardonnay grapes, and Blanc de noirs is a champagne produced from Pinot noir, Pinot meunier or a blend of the same.

    The history of champagne begins with the Benedictine Pierre Perignon, who discovered another fermentation in the abbey of Hautvillers near Epernay. Pierre Perignon, a pioneer of champagne production, is best known for carefully choosing base wines and making the first “blends” for champagne. A revolution in champagne production took place in Limoux, by conducting a second fermentation in the bottle.

    When the bottles of champagne are filled in the wineries, they go to age in the chalk mines under the wineries, several kilometers long, some of which are as much as 40 meters below the surface. The climate they create is full of humidity and the perfect temperature for aging wine and creating a bouquet of champagne.

    O VINARIJI / ABOUT THE WINERY

    O VINARIJI / ABOUT THE WINERY

    Jacques Selosse utemeljio je 1950. godine malu vinariju. Jako brzo nakon toga je stekao reputaciju izvrsnosti koja ih slijedi još i danas. Anselme Selosse preuzeo je vinariju 1980. godine i nastavio očevu tradiciju.

    Anselme Selosse kroz svoje školovanje u Burgundiji naučio je vitalnu važnost terroir-a i vinogradarstva koje je prenio u svoje vinograde. Biodinamička proizvodnja grožđa i velika posvećenost prema i najmanjim detaljima daje velika i moćna vina koja nisu tipična za regiju Champagne. Hrastove bačve koriste se tijekom cijele fermentacije i odležavanja vina. Anselme Selosse ostavlja vina na kvascu i ostavlja ih suhe, te je poznat po tome što je među prvima počeo dekantirati svoje šampanjce.

    Šampanjska kuća Jacques Selosse posjeduje 7,5 hektara vinograda u Cote des Blancs – Chardonnay (Avize, Cramant, Oger, Le Mesnil-sur-Oger) te Montagne de Reims – Pinot Noir (Ay, Ambonny, Mareuil-sur-Ay). Grožđe svakog vinograda se posebno prerađuje i fermentira u burgundijskoj bačvi.

     

    Jacques Selosse founded a small winery in 1950. Very soon after that he gained a reputation for excellence that still follows them today. Anselme Selosse took over the winery in 1980 and continued his father’s tradition.

    Anselme Selosse through his schooling in Burgundy learned the vital importance of terroir and viticulture which he transferred to his vineyards. Biodynamic grape production and a great commitment to even the smallest details yields large and powerful wines that are not typical of the Champagne region. Oak barrels are used throughout the fermentation and aging of the wine. Anselme Selosse leaves wines on yeast and leaves them dry, and is known for being among the first to start decanting his champagnes.

    Champagne house Jacques Selosse owns 7.5 hectares of vineyards in the Cote des Blancs – Chardonnay (Avize, Cramant, Oger, Le Mesnil-sur-Oger) and Montagne de Reims – Pinot Noir (Ay, Ambonny, Mareuil-sur-Ay). The grapes of each vineyard are specially processed and fermented in a Burgundy barrel.