Gosset is the oldest champagne house. Founded in 1584 in Ay, and currently led by Beatrice Cointreau, this champagne house is easily recognizable by the shape of its bottles called "antique".
In buying champagne Gosset, you make the promise of sovereign pleasures, worthy of the finest palates. Ranked 12th in the list of the best champagne houses in the Revue du Vin de France, the champagne house has the particularity to offer for sale prestigious cuvées, very powerful, vinous, mainly from black grapes and marketed after long aging spikes. Moreover, the flagship of Champagne Gosset is the Celebris cuvée, made with a high proportion of pinot noir grand cru.
Another feature of this champagne house, is that it has no vineyards, it sources its grapes, with a slightly larger share of pinot that allows this champagne house to offer a beautiful range: Champagne Brut, champagne Brut Vintage, Rosé champagne, vintage Rosé champagne, some sold in half bottles, others in Magnum, but also by Jeroboam.