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Taittinger Prélude

Champagne - Brut - Grand Cru - Taittinger

A blend of Grands Crus for half Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.


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Stored in air-conditioned cellar
Stored in air-conditioned cellar
Data sheets
Grape varieties
Pinot Noir 50%
Chardonnay 50%


It was in 1734 that Jacques Fourneaux created a Maison de Commerce de vin de Champagne as he was working with the great Benedictine abbeys who then owned the finest Champagne vineyards.

Jacques Fourneaux started this business in Reims, selling still Champagne red and white wines, followed by sparkling wines from these magnificent vineyards.

He is the third in the history of Champagne to start trading. The Fourneaux joined forces with Antoine Forest in the 1820s. The new business soon prospered under the name Forest-Fourneaux.

For a time, the company occupied the Hôtel le Vergeur in "Reims", before transferring, after the First World War, its business to rue de Tambour in the 13th-century home of the Comtes de Champagne.

In 1932, Pierre Taittinger acquired Château de la Marquetterie near Epernay from the Maison de Champagne Forest-Fourneaux. From 1945 to 1960, the company was managed by François Taittinger, assisted by his two brothers Jean and Claude, and it was during this period that the company moved into the cellars of the Saint-Nicaise abbey, built in the 13th century on Gallo-Roman chalk pits dating back to the 4th century. Then, in 1960, Claude Taittinger took over the helm and gave the company a considerable boost.

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Critics Taittinger Prélude.

Wine Spectator
Wine Enthusiast
Gault & Millau
Gilbert & Gaillard
Stephen Tanzer
La Revue du Vin de France

Description Taittinger Prélude.

The excellence of the Champagne Taittinger House - called Prelude - by the origin of its grand cru wines exclusively for half pinot noir and for the other half chardonnay and on the other hand of first pressed.

A champagne with a great floral expression coupled with minerality.

Young it is remarkable in flavors but kept longer it becomes more complex with an elegant depth.

Perfect as an aperitif and seafood, combining finesse, freshness and complexity with aromatic expression.