At the end of the nineteen-fifties, Roger Picard, who was mayor of Berru at the time, planted vines on parcels of land that had just been granted the Champagne appellation label. At the beginning of the nineteen-sixties, Jacques Picard, created his own business and produced the very first bottles of champagne under his name.
Based in the village of Berru, Champagnes Jacques Picard are somewhat unusual Champagne house. Using Chardonnay rather than local favourite Pinot Noir for 85% of their blend, and reserve wines that are aged in a solera system, they make a champagne with a fresh, citrus taste and smooth texture.
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