Champagne Taittinger is one of France’s most celebrated Champagne houses. As the epitome of French sophistication, style and grace, Champagne Taittinger celebrates the pleasures of life, believing that life’s special moments are best enjoyed with fine Champagne and good company.
Originally founded in 1734 by Pierre Taittinger, Champagne Taittinger owns over 288 hectares of vineyards in the best localities of the Champagne region. The Champagne Taittinger cellars - still used to store wine to this day - are located in Reims, beneath the Abbey of St Nicaise, which was destroyed in the French Revolution. These cellars were initially dug in the Gallo-Roman period and extended by the Benedictine monks in the 13th century.
Revered by critics all over the world and recognised for the high component of Chardonnay used in its premium Champagnes, Champagne Taittinger is renowned for creating wines of unmatched delicacy, elegance and finesse.