André Jacquart

For four generations, the parents and grandparents of André Jacquart only produced Champagne grapes. In 1958 André Jacquart introduced a new spirit in the family, producing his own estate-bottled Champagne in Le Mesnil-sur-Oger (Champagne Village classified Grand Cru).


 

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HISTORY

For four generations, the parents and grandparents of André Jacquart only produced Champagne grapes. In 1958 André Jacquart introduced a new spirit in the family, producing his own estate-bottled Champagne in Le Mesnil-sur-Oger (Champagne Village classified Grand Cru). 

TERROIR

Although the estate is young by the Champagne region’s standards, with 1,800 winegrowers that are driven by their passion on a genuine human adventure, the terroir covers nearly 6000 acres of contemporary elegance.

PEOPLE

Since 2004, Champagne André Jacquart has been undertaken by the Jacqurt family’s fift h generation, his granddaughter, Marie Doyard. Interestingly, Marie’s paternal grandfather, Maurice Doyard, was instrumental in the creation of the AOC Champagne and the delimitation of its vineyard areas.