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