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Jacquesson champagnes are a long history. It was founder by Claude Jacquesson founded in Dizy in 1798. From the very beginning its champagne was reputed to be the favourite of Napoleon I.
In 1974 it was acquired by the Chiquet family. Today, Laurent and Jean-Hervé, run the company. The vineyards are planted on around 30 hectares in Avize, Aÿ, Dizy and Hautvillers and complemented by carefully selected bought-in grapes. Jacquesson champagnes have a strong personality and stand out for their low sugar levels, intensity and distinction. It has acquired great prestige: in the 2005 La Revue Des Vins De France, Jacquesson was rated third best of all houses after Bollinger and Krug.
Country of Origin:
26% Pinot Noir from Ay and Dizy, 31% Pinot Noir from Grand Cru of Montagne de Reims; 43% Chardonnay from Côte des Blancs.
(Richard Jennings' rating: 92 points)
Medium yellow color with few, tiny bubbles; mature, cooked ginger, lightly oxidized, baked lemon, white chocolate nose; a little oxidized, baked lemon, kumquat palate with medium acidity; medium-plus finish.