Founded in 1584 in Ay, Champagne Gosset is the oldest wine house in Champagne. With the winery now located in Epernay, Gosset sources grapes from the best crus of the Marne district. The final blends feature grapes that meet, on average, a 95% on the official quality scale of classification.Upon inception, winemaker Pierre Gosset made still red wines. At this time, the court of France was only interested in wines from Ay and further South in Beaune. It was in the 18th century, that Gosset revised its model to produce sparkling wines in the traditional method. Using the classic Champagne varieties, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier, Gosset now produces a range of Non-Vintage, Vintage, Rose and Blanc de Blancs wines of premium quality.Jean Gosset was the first family member to use the famous 'antique flask', a heavy, elegant bottle that became an icon and recognizable symbol of this premium house. For over four centuries, Gosset remained family-owned, until its sale in 1994.
- Champagne Gosset is the oldest wine house in Champagne. This Blanc de Blancs is both mineral and floral, with aromas of flowers mixed with white fruits, apricot and Mirabelle plum. There are very light notes of lemon and other citrus ... Learn More
- 18/20 points - Decanter Magazine Chardonnay 56%, Pinot Noir 35%, with 9% still Pinot Noir from Ambonnay. Grand cru 80%, Premier cru 20%. Bright and complex with cranberry and strawberry dominating the nose. Lovely, fresh, creamy-nutty red fruits, with good acid structure. Delightfully fresh. This is ... Learn More
- This is a wine that results from a blend of 55% Pinot Noir and 45% Chardonnay. The first nose is very fresh and expressive with notes of hawthorn, lilac, wild white flowers and fruit notes such as pear, plum and Mirabelle. The ... Learn More
- The 2008 vintage in Champagne is being hailed by all and sundry as one of the best vintages in recent memory. If not longer. Certainly Tyson Stelzer is in no doubt: ‘A vintage  of classic finesse, crystalline purity, tightly clenched acidity, ... Learn More