COMTE DE MONTAIGNE
The Maison Comte de Montaigne relies on the ancestral “savoir-faire” of its chef de cave who has been able to respect traditions, against mass production, while at the same time evolving its range of Champagne so that it is suitable for everyone. Thanks to him, the grapes are carefully selected every year, for constant quality. The winemaking process is strictly controlled to meet the needs of the Maison Comte de Montaigne. The climatic and socio-economic changes experienced since 1868 have been taken into consideration by the Maison to evolve over time while respecting traditions. What translates today through a transversal range of champagnes that are equally well suited to more experienced connoisseurs than to beginners. Comte de Montaigne Champagnes are rich in a marked identity, respectful of the past and aware of modernity. The geographical position of the Maison Comte de Montaigne, in the south of Champagne, allows it to create cuvées based on Pinot Nero and Chardonnay grapes, this assembly makes the champagnes structured with Pinot Noir and fruity with Chardonnay.