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  • Bobler/Bubbles - Weblog. Description of how and where grapes for champagne are grown, how the wine is made. [English and Danish]
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  • Canard-Duchêne - The Champagne house of Victor Canard and Léonie Duchêne, founded after their marriage in 1868, still stands in the ancestral village of Ludes.
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  • Champagne Alfred Gratien - Producing champagnes since 1864. One of the very few houses still using oak casks for fermentation.
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  • Champagne Ayala - Founded in 1850, Ayala is one of the few Grandes Marques still independently owned.
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  • Champagne Bollinger - An independent house producing a range of non-vintage, vintage, and premium cuvees. Includes product descriptions, a company history, and production information. [Flash required]
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  • Champagne Bonnaire - Share Jean-Louis Bonnaire's passion for Champagne and accompany him on a tour of his property.
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  • Champagne Cattier - Family-owned vineyards in Champagne since 1763.
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  • Champagne Charles Ellner - Established at the beginning of the 20th century, and registered as wine merchants and vinifiers in 1972.
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  • Champagne Fabrice Payelle - Champagne producer for three generations in Ambonnay.
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  • Champagne G. Tribaut - Family Champagne house owning 12 hectares in Hautvillers.
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  • Champagne G.H. Mumm & Cie - Large producer owned by Pernod Ricard. Includes product descriptions along with information about the region, vineyards, vinification, and visiting the property.
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  • Champagne Gardet - The family's vineyards are spread over seven hectares in the Premier Cru areas of Chigny les Roses, Ludes and Rilly la Montagne.
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  • Champagne Gosset - Producers of quality Champagne since 1584.
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  • Champagne Guy Charbaut - Information about this Champagne house in Mareuil-sur-Ay, their products, and the meals and accommodations offered.
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  • Champagne Hennequin Père & Fils - Small 2 hectares vineyard, located in Venteuil (Marne Valley). Family photo gallery.
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  • Champagne Krug - Produces vintage and non-vintage cuvees. Includes product descriptions, a company history, and winemaking philosophy. [Flash required]
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  • Champagne Lanson - Founded in 1760. Includes product descriptions, a company history, pictures of the cellars, and news.
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  • Champagne Larmandier-Bernier - Côte des Blancs producer. Philosophy, wine range, press reviews.
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  • Champagne Laurent-Perrier - Founded in 1812, this house produces the cuvée Grand Siècle. Includes descriptions of the vineyards and products.
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  • Champagne Leclerc-Briant - Owns 30 hectares of vineyards scattered over five famous communes between Reims and the Marne Valley.
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  • Champagne Lenoble - The House's own vineyards covers 18 hectares and supplies 50% of its grape requirements.
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  • Champagne Louis Dousset - Site features information about the region, the Champagne-making process, tasting tips and an online shop.
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  • Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte - More than 5000 well-established growers contribute to the making of the Champagnes of this famous co-operative.
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  • Champagne Perrier-Jouët - The prestigious Epernay-based producer, famous for its Cuvée Belle Epoque, Flower Bottle Champagne.
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  • Champagne Philipponnat - Vineyards are located in the villages of Mareuil, Avenay, Mutigny and Ay. Produces Champagnes in which Pinot Noir grapes predominate.
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  • Champagne Pol Roger - Features news, wines, and press.
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  • Champagne Raymond Boulard - Small, family-owned grower and producer since 1792. Includes product descriptions and a company profile, with additional information in French.
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  • Champagne Roederer - Produces the premium Cristal cuvee, along with vintage and non-vintage bottlings. Includes descriptions of the products, vineyards, production, and company. [Flash required]
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  • Champagne Roger Pouillon et Fils - Family Champagne house founded in 1947 at Mareuil sur Aÿin. Discover the history, vineyards, cellars, and cuvées.
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  • Champagne Tarlant - Winegrowers since 1687. Presents terroir, history, cuvees and champagne making methods.
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  • Champagne Varnier-Fanniere - Small producer of Grand Cru blanc de blancs, along with rosé, in Avize. Contains product descriptions, a company history, and information about the region.
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  • Champagne Veuve Maurice Lepitre - Premier cru vineyard founded in 1905 in Rilly La Montagne. Briefly describes the company and products.
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  • Champagne Vve. Fourny & Fils - Small house with quality Champagnes from Vertus, on the Côte des Blancs.
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  • Henri Abelé - This Reims located house presents all of their cuvees.
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  • Moët & Chandon - Visit the cellars of the world's largest Champagne house, and discover the perfect gift or toast for that special occasion.
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  • Pommery - Produces brut, rosé and vintage champagne. Sections on vineyard, expertise and technical specifications. [Flash required].
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  • Veuve A. Devaux - Producer from the Côte des Bar. History and range of wines. [Requires Flash]
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  • Veuve Cliquot - Producer since 1772. Includes product descriptions, a company history, profile of the owner, and harvest information.
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