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On this web site you will find most of the information about the Jean Jarreau wines " Cuvée Jean Jarreau".
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Some important information about Cuvée Jean Jarreau Wines
Thank you for buying our Cuvée Jean Jarreau Wines !
As you certainly know from looking at our Web site www.CuveeJeanJarreau.com and our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/CuveeJeanJarreau/ Cuvée Jean Jarreau is NOT YOUR EVERY DAY WINE !
Our wines are exclusive and have NOT the everyday taste of an ordinary wine.
Look at this:
Our Cuvée Jean Jarreau RED WINE
aged ( 2013 ) in Oak Barrels.
Oak offers three major contributions to wine:
1. It adds flavor compounds–including aromas of vanilla, clove, smoke and coconut.
2. It allows the slow ingress of oxygen–a process that makes wine taste smoother and less astringent.
3. It provides a suitable environment for certain metabolic reactions to occur (specifically Malolactic Fermentation)–which makes wines taste creamier.
Our Cuvée Jean Jarreau ROSE WINE
AOP Languedoc 2016
Direct pressing, cold settling and fermenting and stabilization temperature controlled and 6 months aging, NOT your everyday light “Apéro” wine but a real full taste Rosé wine.
Our Cuvée Jean Jarreau WHITE WINE
Direct pressing, cold settling and fermenting and stabilization temperature controlled, aged 15 % during 8 months in oak barrels.
Our Cuvée Jean Jarreau Fines Bulles de Rosé Pamplemousse
The perfect Aperitif, Cocktail and Party Drink.
Made from our exclusive Cuvée Jean Jarreau Rosé wine with a touch of Natural Grapefruit, this Fine Bulles de Rosé Pamplemousse must be served ICE COLD
Direct pressing, cold settling and fermenting and stabilization temperature controlled
Aging Minimum 6 months
Our Cuvée Jean Jarreau Wines have been transported from the Vineyard in the Languedoc region, St.Jean de Fos on the Terraces du Larzac to St.Maarten in a temperature and humidity controlled container to make sure that we could retain the best wine quality.
The wines are stored in the Caribbean again in a temperature-controlled storeroom to prevent any changes to the wines.
If however, you would encounter a bottle that is not 100 % as it should be, please do not hesitate to contact us immediately and we will gladly replace the bottle.
Crystals on the cork ?
The question: Sometimes it is possible to see little crystal deposits stuck to the bottom of a wine cork that look like broken glass. What's the story?
The answer: You'll be relieved to know it's not glass, and it is not dangerous :)
Those are tartrate crystals, sometimes called wine diamonds and chemically known as potassium bitartrate. They're formed when tartaric acid, a natural component found in grapes ( as well as in bananas ) binds with potassium under cold conditions to form a crystalline salt. Although they adhere to corks, you may sometimes also find them sticking to the sides of your glass with the last pour from the bottle.
Tartrate crystals can be found in both red and white wines. But since whites are served chilled, many wineries prefer to eliminate the aesthetic nuisance by cold stabilizing prior to bottling. The liquid is chilled to near-freezing in tanks, causing the crystals to precipitate out of the solution. Some wineries chill reds prior to bottling, too, anticipating that even a red wine can be inadvertently exposed to low temperatures during transport.
Though they can be off-putting to consumers who may be puzzled, the crystals are in fact an encouraging sign. Makers of high-quality wines like Cuvée Jean Jarreau prefer to intervene as little as possible with such techniques as cold stabilization and filtering, which can strip wine of subtle flavors, so NO WORRIES if you see Crystals on a cork.
Diamonds are a wine lover's best friend.