Champagne Jacquesson 739

Champagne Jacquesson 735 Dégorgement Tardif

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Jacquesson's Cuvée 735 DT is made from the 2007 harvest, aged on laths for 7-8 years and only disgorged in 2015. This range is aged in our cellars for a further 5 years, in order to prolong and develop the full aromatic palette of the wines, while retaining their freshness due to the recent disgorgement. This is a great gourmet champagne, fine and complex!

The sommelier info

Tension, depth and purity are integral to this Champagne Jacquesson 735 Dégorgement Tardif. It reveals toasty, rich, fruity notes, as well as a beautiful texture and mineral finish.

Reserve wines make up 27% of this cuvée, while Chardonnay is in the majority, accounting for almost 50% of the blend. We also find the structured character of Pinot Noir (30%) and the suppleness of Pinot Meunier (20%). Like all 700 Dégorgement Tardif wines, this cuvée is made from 3 Grands Crus and 2 Premiers Crus.

This wine is served with

This Champagne Jacquesson 735 Dégorgement Tardif is best served with snacked scallops, a filet of sea bass or a plate of goat’s cheese. Serve between 10 and 12°C.

Champagne Jacquesson 735 Dégorgement Tardif in details

75 cl
Champagne Brut
3 - 5 ans
12 °
Chardonnay (47%), Pinot Noir (33%), Pinot Meunier (20%)
Belle finesse
Grande complexité
Notes briochées

The domain

Maison Jacquesson has always differentiated itself from other Champagne Houses thanks to its parcelmaking process. The cuvée n°700 and those that followed were born from this desire to produce champagnes of character, little dosed and bred in oak lightning. Jacquesson is (re)recognised worldwide and was the favorite champagne of Emperor Napoleon I.


Created in 1798 by Claude Jacquesson and his son Memmie, this Champagne House located in Dizy in the Marne Valley, quickly grew rapidly. Cellars were also dug in the Mont Saint Michel hill to ensure the sustainable production of champagne. A gold medal later, Jacquesson was raised among the most prestigious Champagne Houses during the July monarchy. In 1832, Memmie’s son Adolphe Jacquesson joined the company and in 1844 became the inventor of the muzzle and the champagne capsule. He also created a bottle rinse machine and a light reflection system to illuminate the cellars. Jacquesson was bought in 1974 by the Chiquet family.


The Jacquesson vineyard extends over 28 hectares, in the Marne Valley with its Grand Cru A and its two Premiers Crus Dizy and Hautvilliers as well as on the Côte des Blancs with its two Grands Crus Avise and Oiry. Maison Jacquesson favours traditional viticulture, a rather short size and organic treatments where possible. The soils are ploughed and grassed in the rows of vines, with regard to the vinification stages, the clearing remains light and no chaptalisation is carried out. An ageing in ancient oak lightning is then carried out for most Jacquesson cuvées. Here are the key steps that bring this personal touch to Jacquesson Champagnes.


The Maison de Champagne Jacquesson is distinguished by its famous “cuvée 700”, a concept that aims to produce a champagne from a blend of several years unlike the raw champagnes without year that we all know. A small presentation of the Jacquesson cuvées is required: the cuvée 745 comes from the 2017 harvest on the terroirs of the Vallée de la Marne mainly in blending with the Côte des Blancs. It is a rich champagne, with a lot of matter in the mouth and complexity. The cuvée 738 Dégorgement Tardif aged for 96 months on lees and under cork. It has a very good custody potential, as well as a remarkable freshness. Certainly very great Jacquesson champagnes!

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