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Cordially Inviting You to Drink Less, Drink Better.


Manila, Angeles City, Clark Freeport, North of Manila,
Clark Zone, Pampanga, Philippines
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1992 has disappointed a few Champagne collectors back in the early days when the wine was decidedly closed and therefore, seriously underperforming. Many of us drank far too many of it with far too low an expectation. It took three more years for many to lick their wounds before working up the courage to get back to the table and place a bet on the 95s. Lo and behold, the 1992 turned out not only beautifully, it gained remarkable intensity over the years, as well exemplified by this 92 Jacquart Blanc de Blancs. I can’t say that a 100% Chardonnay blend added some horses to the old engine, as Chardonnay often does with age-worthy wines, but the intensity of flavors is staggering. Cristal, Krug and few other blockbusters aside, the 92 Jacquart is one of the biggest Champagnes I have ever confronted myself with. Rarely do I have difficulties finishing a bottle of Champagne over the course of two days, and often one day would suffice thank you very much, but this one took me the better part of 4 days.

1992 Jacquart is for sure a food wine. Any attempt to gulp it down like your lighter-than-air Moet or Tattinger will simply cause one to choke on our utter disrespect for a great wine. And if you will forgive the insanity, try drinking it a bit warmer than usual. Let the wine come out to charm you for a bit. Alas, last time I peeked, there were but 6 bottles left in the old cellar. Oh why does it always have to be so few when you need so many more?

 
 
Yats Wine Cellars
Manila Sales Office
3003C East Tower, Philippines Stock Exchange Center,
Exchange Road, Ortigas Center, Pasig,
Metro Manila, Philippines 1605

Tel: (632) 637-5019 0917-520-4393
 
 
Yats Wine Cellars is one of the wine suppliers that devote a great deal of attention and effort to wine education aimed at enabling wine lovers to enhance their knowledge of wine as well as to develop a discerning palate for fine wines. To that end this leading wine supplier in Philippines frequently hold public wine events that are not sponsored by wine producers and not intended to promote a certain brand.