Artémis Domaines (Pinoy family) enters the Champagne capital of Jacquesson

(AOF) – Artémis Domaines, owned by the Pinault family, has taken a minority stake in the Jacquesson capital. Maison Jacquesson has developed a unique collection since 2000 that redefines the code of champagne and has become a benchmark for connoisseurs: the Cuvées 700s, which reflect the character of the wine and offer two different aging periods, and four Lieuxdits, Vintage wine from four identified vines.

In order to maintain uncompromising viticulture and winemaking, production is deliberately limited to 250,000 bottles.

Artémis Domaines is owned by the Pinault family and owns Château Latour, 1er grand cru classé in Pauillac, Clos de Tart in Morey-Saint-Denis, Domaine d’Eugénie in Vosne-Romanée in Burgundy, Château Grillet in the Rhone Valley, or in California Eisele Vineyard Estate in Napa Valley.


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