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Bérêche et Fils

Bérêche et Fils

Heirs to a family winemaking tradition dating back to 1847, Raphaël and Vincent Bérêche have emerged as true cult stars within Champagne’s grower community. Their non-vintage Brut Réserve has few rivals for purity and character; but it is their five (and soon to be six) micro-cuvées that are generating the most buzz for the way in which they express terroir, vintage and grape variety.
Jacquesson

Jacquesson

After nearly two centuries of existence, Jacquesson has emerged as one of Champagne’s most innovative houses. Its “730” series has revolutionize how the region views non-vintage Champagne.
Lanson

Lanson

Lanson's commitment to Champagne sans malo is the legacy of long-time chef de cave Jean-Paul Gandon, who retired in 2012 after 42 years at Lanson’s helm. And his successor Hervé Danton, who worked alongside Gandon for his last two vintages, is just as devoted to the methods that have made Lanson’s some of the most singularly great Champagnes of our time.
Marie-Nöelle Ledru Champagne

Marie-Nöelle Ledru Champagne

While much of the excitement today in grower Champagne is being generated by younger stars, some of the greatest Champagnes de terroir have come from old-school viticultrice Marie-Nöelle Ledru.
Philipponnat

Philipponnat

The corporate changes sweeping through Champagne seem sure to rob many old houses of their connection to the past. But one small jewel of a house is moving ever closer to its roots: Philipponnat.
Jérôme Prévost

Jérôme Prévost

Prévost's Champagnes are among the most coveted in the marketplace. Though his first vintage was only in 1998, serious Champagne enthusiasts who know his wines worship them. In Prévôst’s hands, Pinot Meunier is capable of making Champagnes as profound as the best made from Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.
Ruppert-Leroy

Ruppert-Leroy

The embodiment of the Aube’s pioneering spirit can be found in Essoyes, where Ruppert-Leroy are pursuing their unique vision of how to express their terroir, unconstrained by conventional wisdom.
Jacques Selosse

Jacques Selosse

Once dominated by Grande Marque houses, the Champagne region is being transformed by small growers making their own wine. With intellect and passion, one man has guided the way: Anselme Selosse.
Vouette & Sorbée

Vouette & Sorbée

Before becoming Champagnes, they are fine wines. And their great originality has given them cult status among those who prize wines of singular personality. Richard Juhlin is among their greatest fans, ranking Vouette & Sorbée as “the only 4-star property outside the Marne.”

France

Bérêche et Fils (Champagne)
Jacquesson (Champagne)
Lanson (Champagne)
Marie-Noelle Ledru (Champagne)
Philipponnat (Champagne)
Jerome Prévost (Champagne)
Ruppert-Leroy (Champagne)
Jacques Selosse (Champagne)
Vouette & Sorbee (Champagne)

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