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Taittinger Champagne

Champagne Taittinger is a French Champagne house founded in 1734. The house is owned by the Taittinger family, who also own the Château de la Marque and Comtes de Champagne wines.

The Taittinger Champagne house was founded in 1734 by Jacques Fourneaux. Fourneaux was a wine merchant from the Champagne region of France. He began making Champagne in his cellar and selling it to local merchants. The Taittinger family has been involved in Champagne production for over 250 years.

Taittinger is one of the few Champagne houses that is still owned and operated by the family that founded it.

The Taittinger Champagne house is headquartered in Reims, France. The company has several Champagne cellars in the region, including the Cellar of Dreams. The Cellar of Dreams is a Champagne cellar located in an underground cave. The cellar was built in the 13th century and is used to age Taittinger Champagne.

Taittinger Champagne is made from a blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier grapes. The house uses a traditional Champagne method of production, which includes a second fermentation in the bottle.

Taittinger Champagne is known for its light, delicate flavour. The Champagne is aged for a minimum of three years before it is released. Taittinger Champagne is available in several different styles, including Brut, Demi-Sec, and Rose.

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