Jansz Tasmania vineyard lies in the Tamar Valley in the heart of the Pipers River region in north eastern Tasmania. With a mantle of red basalt soils and a cool climate moderated by the proximity of Bass Strait, the Jansz Tasmania vineyards are ideal for allowing grapes to ripen slowly and develop the lingering acidity essential to produce a premium sparkling wine. Jansz was Tasmania’s first sparkling wine to be made according to the traditional méthod champenoise and, as the only Tasmanian specialist solely devoted to the art of sparkling winemaking, Jansz Tasmania has since come to describe the technique used in creating each of their definitive wines as Méthode Tasmanoise.
"One of the most reliable names in the world of sparkling wine, Jansz continues to impress fizz enthusiasts with its lush, layered, complex creations. With the sort of palate weight that you might expect from a vintage cuvée, just enough acidity to impress purists and also enough fruit to hypnotise newcomers this is a mightily clever wine. We all know that NV cuvées are more difficult to assemble than vintage cuvées and this shows off Natalie Fryar's innate understanding of her craft to a tee. It's stunning value, too!"
Matthew Jukes, 100 Best Australian Wines 2013/14, May 2013
Jansz Premium Non Vintage Cuvée Sparkling Rosé, Tasmania, Australia
A classic "Champagne” blend, multi vintage, Pinot Noir dominated with Chardonnay and a dash of Pinot...
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