The owner of Chateau Latour, Artémis Domaines, enters the capital of the Champagne Jacquesson

Since 1974, the Chiquet family alone presides over the house, based on almost 30 hectares of vineyards located between Avize, Aÿ, Dizy and Hautvillers, and knows how to make it an important reference for amateurs, since 2000 has since developed a series of codes that redefine Champagne, notably the 700 cuvées (by 2022 it will be Jacquescent cuvée 745 among the vintners, adding some reserve wines to the 2017 vintage), and Four Lieux-dits cuvées. Eager to preserve viticulture and winemaking without compromise, Chiquets voluntarily limited production to 250,000 bottles per year, a requirement that has been recognized by amateurs and critics around the world.

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On February 22, Artémis Domaines, the wine holding company of the Pinault family, owns Premier Grand Cru Classé Château Latour in Pauillac, Clos de Tart in Morey-Saint-Denis, Domaine d’Eugénie in Vosne-Romanée, Château Grillet in California. The Rhône and Aysère vineyards own a minority stake in the capital, Champagne-Jacquesson.

“Champagne is an exciting, exciting region that is increasingly attracting great wine lovers,Frédéric Engerer, General Manager of Artémis Domaines, explained that for him, entering the capital of Jacquesson was an opportunity not to be missed: “Jacquesson is a house that met many of the criteria we were looking for in Champagne.Among his strengths, he emphasizes, among other things, that his “Excellent quality, ideal size and outstanding potential,” As well as the longstanding partnership with winegrowers and the fact that this house is deeply rooted in the village of Dizy.All this perfectly facilitates the development of the Artémis Domaines policy, which favours “Culture of excellence, top terroir, passionate men and women, committed to the long term,” Complete Frederick Engler.

Through this partnership, the Chiquet family joins forces with a group with unanimously recognized expertise in cultivating prestigious terroirs and producing exceptional wines with strict respect for the environment.», joint press release of the designated Champagne house and Artémis Domaines.

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