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Taittinger Champagne

The esteemed Taittinger Champagne house in Reims, France was founded in 1734 by Jacques Fourneaux, then later acquired in 1932 by Pierre Taittinger, a descendant from a long line of wine merchants. In the '60s, the brand achieved acclaim as a high-end Champagne house, and is still managed by the Taittinger family today.

Grapes used to make Taittinger Champagnes are pinot noir, chardonnay, and pinot meunier. Each of Taittinger's Champagnes are made with these three grapes except for Blanc de Blancs Comtes de Champagne, which is 100 percent chardonnay grapes. Production is around 400,000 cases per year.

Taittinger bottles have served as true collectibles over the ages. The 1985 and 1990 vintages of a commemorative art bottle celebrating American Pop artist Roy Lichtenstein sold for around $2,000 at auction.


Quick Facts

  • Taittinger owns and manages the Hotel de Crillon in Paris
  • Bottles of Taittinger are often uncorked at Hollywood events, including at a Women in Hollywood event in January 2015
  • Taittinger is France’s third-oldest Champagne producer

Recommended Items at Auction

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3 magnums CHAMPAGNE Taittinger (en étuis)
Oct 14, 2:00 PM CEST
3 magnums CHAMPAGNE Taittinger (en étuis)
by HVMC - Hôtel des Ventes de Monte-Carlo
Est: €100- €150
€1000 Bids
3 magnums CHAMPAGNE Taittinger (en étuis)
Oct 14, 2:00 PM CEST
3 magnums CHAMPAGNE Taittinger (en étuis)
by HVMC - Hôtel des Ventes de Monte-Carlo
Est: €100- €150
€1000 Bids
3 magnums CHAMPAGNE Taittinger (en étuis)
Oct 14, 2:00 PM CEST
3 magnums CHAMPAGNE Taittinger (en étuis)
by HVMC - Hôtel des Ventes de Monte-Carlo
Est: €100- €150
€1000 Bids

Sellers Who Sell Taittinger Champagne


HVMC - Hôtel des Ventes de Monte-Carlo

HVMC - Hôtel des Ventes de Monte-Carlo