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NV Jansz Premium Rose

NV Jansz Premium Rose

Austere and moderately complex sparkler with an appealing toasty influence.'
92 Points - Bob Campbell



$167.94 A CASE (6 x 750ml)

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  • The name Jansz pays homage to Tasmania’s namesake, the Dutch explorer Abel Janszoon Tasman who first sighted the island in 1642. In fact, when it was established in 1975, the Jansz vineyard was originally named after Tasman’s ship, the Heemskerk. 
    In 1986, esteemed Champagne house, Louis Roederer, partnered with the owners of Heemskerk Wines to produce Tasmania’s first premium vintage sparkling wine. They saw the similarities between the climate here and the famous wine region of their homeland. 
    In 1997, the Hill-Smith family purchased the vineyard and began the journey that has seen Jansz Tasmania become the most highly regarded sparkling wine house in Australia.


    Based upon Jansz wines from several vintages. Batches are kept separate during winemaking to maximize blending options and final wine complexity. Secondary fermentation takes place in the bottle and is aged on yeast lees for as long as possible. The average age of the final blend is around eighteen months.


    Look for a vibrant delicate pink hue with a fine persistent bead. Subtle nose of Turkish Delight and rose petal florals. Mousse creaminess and strawberries on the tongue with a refreshing finish.


    'Pale, copper coloured sparkling wine that has spent seven months in oak and at least 18 months in bottle before being disgorged. It’s a blend of 68% Pinot Noir 26% Chardonnay 6% Pinot Meunier. The oak appears to have added extra texture and weight to the wine. It’s a bone-dry wine, despite having a residual sugar of 9 g/l. Austere and moderately complex sparkler with an appealing toasty influence.'
    92 Points - Bob Campbell

    'There’s a bit of yeast and aldehyde bottle age complexity over a sweetish nose of watermelon and strawberry. Then a slightly agressive fizziness that settles down fairly quickly – it’s richly flavoured and a little off dry but the finish is excellent with a lovely sweet/salty tang on exit. It’s a popular style but it goes down very well.'
    91 Points - Gary Walsh