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In 1827, the Mumm Brothers moved in the Champagne region. In 1853, George Mumm, one of the descendants of the founders, took control of the (...)Read more
Located in the heart of the vineyards in the vallee de la Marne and in the town that witnessed the birth of Jean de La Fontaine, Champagne (...)Read more
Taittinger Champagne is one of the rare products in the Champagne range still to bear the name of those who own and run it. Deep in the chalk (...)Read more
The Art of Entertaining is closely linked with the Art of Champagne. The facilities and premises of the House of Ruinart are at your disposal to (...)Read more
Although our House had wanted to preserve its family and its privacy, from now on it opens to you the doors of its beautiful medieval crayères, (...)Read more
Discover the amazing adventures of the cellars and the Mercier Champagne House which are founded in 1858 by Eugène Mercier. In 1870, the cellars (...)Read more
It’s a mythical estate ...
The building work began in 1868. 10 years were necessary to achieve the splendid Pommery Estate.
The monumental (...)Read more
Since it was founded in 1772, the Veuve Clicquot Champagne elaborates great Champagne wines.
Its history was stood out by the work and the (...)Read more