The Cuvée 741 consists mostly of vintage 2013, with the addition of reserve wines from previous vintages. Once again the brothers Chiquet managed to make a perfect assemblage. The different plots (Ay, Dizy, Hautvillers, Avize and Oiry) give the champagne its own personality. The base wines were spontaneously fermented and aged in wooden barrels. The sunriped grapes from the onw vineyards of the house of Jacquesson never require more than an extra-brut dosage for you to fully enjoy their terroir style.
From this cuvée 212'788 bottles, 8'806 Magnum and 302 Jeroboams were produced.
Robert Parker 2018 : 92 points "The wine has a white-golden color that is brighter than the Cuvée No. 740. Still quite reductive on the nose, this is a very pure, fresh and elegant Cuvée that reflects the vitality of the 2013 vintage. "The Pinot Noir was spectacularly tasty in 2013 and showed good fruit and structure," says Hervé Chiquet. The Cuvée 741 is really straight, fresh and stimulating and has lots of sweet cherry and red berry flavors. Lean, linear and straightforward."