When it was first founded, Jacquart was located in the capital of Champagne, Reims, along the original street that gave Jacquart its name. Since 2009, however, the infamous Hôtel de Brimont has been their headquarters of, located along the prestigious boulevard Lundy and surrounded by other well known Champagne houses. The return to their original neighbourhood has influenced the house dramatically. Elegance and contemporary design are the key features of the house that was designed by French architect Paul Blondel in the Louis XIV style and completed in 1897. Blondel was known to have helped Baron Haussmann in the extensive modernisation of Paris.
For several decades Maison Jacquart has distributed its wines in every continent, from the United States to Japan and Australia, in total around 50 countries. Radiating a unique spirit, anchored in the land and history of Champagne, but paired with a young and bold outlook. Champagne Jacquart is present at key locations known for lifestyle and celebration, from Berlin to Los Angeles, Paris to Tokyo. The company's commitment to the Olympic Games in Los Angeles in 1984 - with the occasion of its twentieth anniversary - to the Open de France Golf through to horse racing at Royal Ascot, Champagne Jacquart is at the heart of many great sporting moments where emotions and values are shared.
53% Pinot Noir, 35% Chardonnay and 12% Pinot Meunier. This cuvee has all the hallmark Chardonnay finesse rounded out by the ripeness of the Pinot Meunier and the structure of the Pinot Noir, of which 15% - 18% is vinified as red wine. The addition of Pinot Noir red wine to the blend and a light dosage results in a very complete balanced champagne.
Delicate bubbles wrapped in intense salmon pink. Red berry-fruit aromas of ripe redcurrants, cherries and wild strawberries give way to notes of plum. Fresh and full, with a fine finish.