From 1798 this Maison bears the name of its founder. From the beginning the trade was prosperous, thanks to the quality of the elaborated wines.
The Jacquesson Champagne was the favorite of Napoleon, and in 1810 the Emperor following his visit gave the highest recognition of the time for a commercial enterprise, a gold medal for "la Beauté et la Richesse de ses Caves ". Nowadays Maison Jacquesson & Fils is proud to follow the traces of its glorious founders and concentrates its efforts on an annual production of around 250,000 bottles, with non-industrial processing methods, dedicated to the highest quality standards. This ancient but small Dizy house, on the outskirts of Aÿ, under the wise and ambitious guidance of the Chiquet brothers, is undoubtedly one of the great realities of the Champagne region. Despite the success, the production has never been inflated, and the supply of grapes comes essentially from the vineyards of 28 hectares, of which 11 are located in the Côte de Blancs, in Avize. A rigorous vinification, followed by an optimal aging, induces to put on the market the millesimate cuvées according to their maturity rather than in chronological order.