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    Henri Giraud, Champagne "Dame Jane" Rosé Brut NV-MagnumOpusWines
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    Henri Giraud, Champagne "Dame Jane" Rosé Brut NV

    "Goddess of fertility, a terracotta statuette from the end of prehistory, Dame-Jane symbolizes our link to the earth and the origin of wine. Raising a great rosé champagne in terracotta is not common."
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    Henri Giraud Dame Jane Rose Brut NV
    Henri Giraud Dame Jane Rose Brut NV

    Blend of 70% Pinot Noir (of which 6% red wine) - 30% Chardonnay, 100% raised in sandstone amphora, aged for at least 3 years on lees.

    Henri Giraud's NV Brut Rosé Dame-Jane is unfurling from the glass with complex aromas of red plums, cinnamon, orange zest and oak. On the palate, it's full-bodied, broad and textural, with all the house's signature vinosity, displaying superb depth at the core, ripe but racy acids and beautiful balance despite its muscular, textural style, concluding with a sapid finish. This is another success."

    • Contemporary of Henri IV and his descendants, the Hémart family settled permanently in Aÿ at the beginning of the 17th century.
    • Henri Giraud is one of the rare Champagne houses that remains independent and family-run, by Claude Giraud, the 12th generation of the family at the helm of the house today. 
    • The maison owns 10 hectares, mainly planted to Pinot Noir on chalk soils, and purchases grapes from selected growers for a total equivalent of 25 hectares at its disposal.
    • Among these are fabulous Grand Crus, providing prime fruit for the house’s top cuvées.
    • Much has happened since the American wine critic Robert Parker wrote: “Henri Giraud, the greatest champagne you’ve never heard of”, a phrase he repeated often, followed by: “This is the way I think Krug SHOULD taste”. 
    • The whole vineyard is worked in sustainable viticulture and under certification of high environmental value (HVE).
    • With only 250,000 bottles of which only a few thousand bottles for its grande cuvees, these champagnes are sought-after by collectors and lovers of great wines from around the world.