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About Champagne Jacquinet-Dumez

Champagne Jacquinet-Dumez is a family-owned Champagne house with a rich history dating back to 1935. Located in the Premier Cru village of Les Mesneux, the estate is currently run by Aline, Olivier, and their daughter Diane, who are the fourth generation of winegrowers in the family. The house is known for its specialized and passionate approach to winemaking, which is reflected in their modern, precise, and gourmet Champagnes.

Olivier Jacquinet, the current winemaker, is committed to practicing sensible viticulture and has obtained the High Environmental Value (HVE) certification for the estate. The Champagnes are the result of skillful vinification in vats and barrels, with a focus on revealing the unique terroir of the region through relatively small doses. Each vintage is said to have its own personality and is aimed at lovers of "Grands vins de Champagne." The house's philosophy is encapsulated in the concept of "fresh maturity," which is evident in their Champagnes.

The brand's history is rooted in the vision of Henri Dumez, who planted Pinot Noir in Sacy and produced the very first cuvée of Champagne Henri Dumez. Over the years, the family's dedication to winemaking has been passed down through the generations, resulting in the creation of Champagnes that embody intuition, emotion, and conviction.

Champagne Jacquinet-Dumez's story is one of tradition, innovation, and a deep connection to the land. Through their commitment to quality and sustainability, they have established themselves as a respected producer of exceptional Champagnes, each telling a unique story of the terroir and the family's winemaking heritage.

Additional Details:

  • Producer: Champagne Jacquinet-Dumez
  • Varietals: Pinot Meunier, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir
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  • Country: France
  • Region: Champagne
  • Sub Region: Montagne de Reims