A very pale gold with a delicate bead. Aromas of lemon curd and white flowers with underlying hints of freshly baked brioche and clotted cream. Elegant, layered and powerful with creme brûlée notes and candied citrus peel.
Notes provided by Jansz Tasmania.
The Jansz Tasmania vineyard enjoys a cool climate almost identical to France’s Champagne region. In fact, it was originally with French contribution that Jansz became Tasmania’s first sparkling made using the traditional méthode champenoise. Today it’s called, Méthode Tasmanoise. It’s the essence of a unique partnership between the environment and our winemaker. It’s why Jansz Tasmania is the most highly regarded sparkling wine house in Australia. It’s cool climate art.