Champagne Jacquesson
Reveal the diversity of the parcels of land on which they are growing and to show the influence of the minerals in the soil on the fruit.
Land holdings are in two main areas, the Grande Vallée de la Marne and in the Côte des Blancs. Aÿ, a Grand Cru, and Dizy and Hautvillers both Premiers Crus; the vineyards are mostly sloping, facing east, south or south-west where the chalk lies at varying depths below the soil. Two Grand Crus in the Côte des Blancs, Avize and Oiry; there our parcels face due south, with chalk showing on the surface.

Their Cuvée 700 concept is unique in Champagne and is the opposite of a non-vintage wine! seeking excellence rather than homogeneity, respect for the character of the vintage rather than its denial, and the preference to strive to produce a great wine rather than maintain a “house style”. The addition of reserve wines is designed to reinforce the complexity of the wine without hiding the character of the base year.
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Avize-Champ Cain Grand Cru Extra Brut
Jacquesson
Champagne 2004
$1290
Avize-Champ Cain Grand Cru Extra Brut
Jacquesson
Champagne 2005
$1290
Dizy-Corne Bautray Extra Brut
Jacquesson
Champagne 2004
$1290
Dizy-Terres Rouges Rose Extra Brut
Jacquesson
Champagne 2008
Out of Stock
Millesime Extra Brut D.T.
Jacquesson
Champagne 1995
$1600
Jacquesson
Champagne 2009
$970 $760
Jacquesson
Champagne N.V.
$800 $720
Jacquesson
Champagne N.V.
$1800
Jacquesson
Champagne N.V.
$800 $730
Jacquesson
Champagne 1995
$4200
Jacquesson
Champagne 1997
$4100
Jacquesson
Champagne N.V.
$1600
Jacquesson
Champagne 2005
$3300