About The Jacquart Mosaique
The history of Jacquart is a long story of the efforts of Champagne growers to control their own destiny instead of relying on Grande houses to market. In the early 1960’s a small group of growers launched their own champagne. The brand was then released on 1962, and the label chosen was to represent the patchwork of grower families across the region.
One of the most popular champagne brand served in restaurants. Selected from the finest terroirs in champagne. Chardonnay is the commanding grape accounting for up to 40% of the blend. Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier account for the balance. The inclusion of 20% reserve wine ensures regularity of style.
Regional Information: The home of Jacquart is the remarkable Hôtel du Brimont in Reims, located on the Boulevard Lundy just in between Krug and Roederer
Grape Blends: Chardonnay: 35-40% , Pinot Noir: 30-35%, Pinot Meunier 25%-30%
Storage Type: Ambient
Producer: André Jacquart Winery
Wine Maker: Floriane Eznack