Founded in Châlons-sur-Marne by Memmie Jacquesson in 1798, the house was for a long time one of the most important in the region. It enjoyed an international reputation as a quality leader and innovative trendsetter.
Indeed, Adolphe Jacquesson, son of Memmie, took out a patent for his invention of the muselet, or bottle muzzle. He was equally a master of the art of blending and had a major influence on Johann Joseph Krug who, after working for Jacquesson, went on to found his own house in 1843.
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Source: Yohan Castaing