The Houses

Champagne Lanson in Reims
House founded in 1760

The prestigious LANSON is one of the oldest Champagne Houses. When creating its wines, it highlights the fruit and its rich aromas in its quest for purity. The freshness and energy that are the hallmarks of LANSON's style give its wines unrivalled cellaring potential. With its longstanding international presence, LANSON has built up strong positions, particularly in the UK, where the House has held a Royal Warrant continuously since 1900, awarded by Queen Victoria. LANSON Champagnes are distributed across all channels (mass retail stores, wine stores, gourmet food stores, fine-dining restaurants, hotels).

The House’s long-term development is built around creating value through high-quality wines. The success of its latest release, “LANSON Green Label”, an organic cuvee and the first Viticulture Durable sustainable winegrowing vintage, is supporting its presence on segments with growing value, particularly on international markets. Alongside this, LANSON is moving forward with its major industrial modernization investment program and strengthening its commercial actions. The appointment of a new Chairman, François Van Aal, will enable it to consolidate its value strategy and its strong international reputation.

www.lanson.com

 


 

  

Champagne Chanoine Frères in Reims
House founded in 1730

Founded during the reign of Louis XV, CHANOINE FRÈRES was the first House to be authorized by the town of Épernay to dig a cellar in Champagne. The second oldest Champagne House, CHANOINE FRÈRES, now established in Reims, successfully blends modernity with tradition, with its modern, high-performance production facilities. CHANOINE FRÈRES Champagnes are present in the mass retail sector with the classic CHANOINE FRÈRES cuvees and the renowned Tsarine cuvee, which is also available through traditional channels.

CHANOINE FRÈRES is continuing to build on the House’s robust development. More specifically, its Tsarine cuvee is confirming its major potential thanks to the renowned quality of its wines and its growing number of listings across all distribution channels. Its bottle’s elegant curves, which give it outstanding visibility, particularly in the cinema, and its strong communication around its ambassador, Adriana Karembeu, are helping grow its reputation. The appointment of a new Chairman and CEO, Franck Coste, will enable CHANOINE FRÈRES to further strengthen its positions, both in France and for export.

www.champagnechanoine.com


 



Champagne Besserat de Bellefon in Epernay
House founded in 1843

BESSERAT DE BELLEFON has continued to uphold the House’s tradition of impeccable quality, crafting wines reserved exclusively for the traditional wine store and gourmet restaurant sectors. In his quest for excellence, Victor Besserat created an exceptionally light Champagne in 1930: the renowned Cuvée des Moines, the jewel in the House's crown. Its bubbles, 30% finer than a traditional champagne, reflect a unique production process within the region. They give it the light effervescence that is the hallmark of BESSERAT DE BELLEFON Champagnes.

BESSERAT DE BELLEFON is carrying out work in line with the highest standards to create value through its outstanding wines. Its high-end positioning and realigned marketing platform will support the development of its sales in France and for export. Accompanying this value strategy, the House is transforming into a subsidiary and will be moving into its new headquarters soon to set out its personality and help drive its strong commercial development.

www.besseratdebellefon.com

 


Champagne Boizel in Epernay
House founded in 1834

For over 180 years, BOIZEL has devoted itself with passion to ensuring the highest standards and crafting vintages renowned for their elegance, finesse and balance. In France, BOIZEL is the mailorder (BtoC) specialist thanks to its strong customer relations focus and innovative marketing.

Over the last few years, BOIZEL has made major investments to renovate and showcase its buildings on Avenue de Champagne in Épernay, classed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Following the opening of “L’Atelier 1834”, a dedicated contemporary space for tasting its wines, and a wine tourism tour, the House is embarking on a new stage in its long history. The arrival of a new Chairman and CEO, Florent Roques- Boizel, from the family’s 6th generation, illustrates the development of its new dynamic approach, while continuing to embrace the House’s core features and the quality of its Champagnes.

www.boizel.com

 


Champagne De Venoge in Epernay
House founded in 1837

DE VENOGE cultivates a policy of quality and innovation in the purest Champagne tradition. Recommended by many prestigious institutions, DE VENOGE is one of the most decorated Champagnes of its generation. Available through selective networks (hotels, restaurants and wine stores), its attractive range of Champagne Wines express all the region's rich heritage, the unique features of its grape varieties and the possibilities for marrying blends together. From the Cordon Bleu to the Louis XV cuvee and the prestigious Cuvée des Princes, the House follows a core guideline that is easily identifiable through its slogan: “Noblesse Oblige”.

DE VENOGE is continuing to move forward with its premiumization, while capitalizing on its successful diversification into wine tourism. Classed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, its townhouse is a magnificent showcase for French hospitality with its luxurious reception area “Les Suites du 33” and its Champagne bar “L'Ecurie”. This value strategy is being supported by the development of the prestigious “Princes” wines and progress made with international listings.

www.champagnedevenoge.com

 


Champagne Philipponnat in Mareuil-sur-Aÿ

House founded in 1910

The PHILIPPONNAT family have been established in Aÿ since 1522, and have devoted themselves since the Second Empire to producing outstanding Champagne wines. From the Brut Royale Réserve, the House's ambassador, to the prestigious Cuvée du Clos des Goisses, Champagne PHILIPPONNAT offers an extensive range of full-bodied, structured wines, with a clear focus on Michelin star restaurants and fine wine enthusiasts. PHILIPPONNAT has one of the first Champagne vineyards to be awarded the “High Environmental Value” label. Its subsidiary PHILIPPONNAT Les Domaines Associés distributes Domaines Barons de Rothschild (Lafite) wines in France.

PHILIPPONNAT is devoted to enthusiasts seeking subtle pleasures and positions quality as a priority in all areas. Renowned for its perfect respect for its region, it is rolling out a value strategy driven by the energy and personality of its teams to strengthen its presence on selective distribution channels and ramp up its distribution for exports.

www.philipponnat.com




Champagne Alexandre Bonnet in Les Riceys
House founded in 1973

The leading Champagne House in the village of Les Riceys, the Champagne region’s largest and most southerly vineyard, ALEXANDRE BONNET, with its 47 hectares of vines and its major grape purchasing contracts, actively contributes to supplies for the Group’s Houses. It is particularly renowned for its celebrated AOC label still wine, the Rosé des Riceys, as well as its collection of Champagnes covering a wide range of palates, both white and rosé, distributed in France and for export. The ALEXANDRE BONNET vineyard, with “Viticulture Durable en Champagne” sustainability and “Haute Valeur Environnementale” environmental certification since 2015, also stands out through the development of a museum to preserve the old Champagne grape varieties.

ALEXANDRE BONNET is present on traditional distribution channels, primarily for export. By valuing and promoting its exceptional vineyard, it is positioning itself as a specialist for Rosé Cuvees and regularly creates outstanding limited-edition Cuvees to satisfy the demands of discerning consumers.

www.alexandrebonnet.com

 




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