Champagne France Winery Website Links
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The Boizel House purchases grapes from some 70 different crus. This diversity enables blending from a very wide selection and provides the complexity which confers the character on Boizel wines which is so sought after by champagne lovers.
Champagne de Castellane
De Castellane choose grapes which come from the best vineyards of the Montagne de Reims, the Marne Valley, Côte des Blancs and the Aube district.
The oldest winery in the champagne valley
Champagne Laherte Frères
this is a old family estate founded in 1889. production limited of originals Champagnes with vinification in barrels.
Champagne Leclerc Briant
The village of Cumières enjoys a micro climate which favours the early ripening of the grapes. As a matter of fact, the grape picking in Champagne starts every year in Cumières for the black skinned grapes of Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier.
J.M. Rigot Champagne
Site in French only, J.M. Rigot has been around for five centuries.
Jacquart has 1,000 hectares of vineyards lain in the most prestigious soils of the Champagne District: Grande montagne de Reims, Vallée de la Marne, and Côte des Blancs.
Founded in 1760, Lanson is on of the oldest Champagne Houses. At this period in time, the Maltese cross became the emblem of the House in homage to its founder, Knight in that order.
Moet & Chandon
The wine merchant Claude Moët founded the House of Moët in Épernay in 1743. Today, 1 in every 4 bottles exported from the Champagne region comes from Moët & Chandon, which is the leading brand in most world markets.
Site is in French only. Piper-Heidsieck was founded in 1785 and is well known for its Bruts.
The Boulard family have been tending their vines for fives generations, since 1792. Today, they farm land in seven villages, including top ranking «Grand Cru» on the hillside of the Marne Valley and «Montagne de Reims».
In 1734, Jacques Fourneaux founded the company that was to become Taittinger. Taittinger is one of the last of the great concerns to bear the name of the family that in fact manages it.
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