For over four centuries, great care has been taken to preserve a family know-how since 1584 in the making of the wines of Champagne. In 1584, Pierre Gosset, alderman of Aÿ and wine-grower makes still wines, mostly red, with the grapes he harvests from his own vines. In those days, two wines vie for pride of place at the table of the Kings of France: the wine of Aÿ and, from several hundreds of leagues further south, the wines of Beaune. Both made from the same grape varieties Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Then, in the 18th century, the wines made in and around Aÿ began to bubble. Today, the Gosset cuvées are still presented in the antique flask identical to the one used since the 18th century. Export accounts for 65% with sales in more than 75 countries on the 5 continents whereas as 35% of the bottles are sold in France through a selective network. GOSSET Champagne makes a wine that may be kept for a long time but requires a long period of ageing in deep cellars. This long ageing in cellars allows the wine to keep the freshness and the elegance of the fruit and ensures a longer cellaring capacity at home.