Taittinger Champagne has peach and acacia notes on the nose, a citrus-fresh yet delicately honeyed palate, and a beautiful, elegant finish.
Founded in 1734, the Taittinger Champagne house is based in Reims. The Taittingers are a family of wine merchants who relocated to the Paris region in 1870 from Lorraine after the Franco-Prussian War. Pierre Taittinger purchased the Château de la Marquetterie in 1932 from the wine house Forest-Fourneaux.
Planted in the Château’s vineyards since the 18th century was Chardonnay and Pinot noir, the perfect combination for Champagne.