House of Champagne J.de Telmont is owned by the family Lhopital and currently lead by the fourth generation, Bertrand and Pascale Lhopital. The family owns 32 ha, 10 ha is maintained as biodynamic, 20 ha is maintained as organic and 2 ha is maintained traditionally.
Annual production is 800.000 bottles, and 2/3 consumed in France, 1/3 exported to international markets (Europe, USA, Japan, Hong Kong).
Their headquarter is in Damery, close to the Mountains of Reims.
Sortiment of Champagne J.de Telmont is varied and colorful, even their NV (non-vintage) champagnes are complex, fuller bodied, round ones. Style of the house is well represented in the light, elegant character of their Vintage champagnes, due to the long aging on lees which helps the development of aromas and fine bubbles. Real specialty of the House is their Heritage Collection with old vintage champagnes (1969, 1975, 1976, 1985, 1986, 1990, 1992, 1995).
House of Champagne Lancelot-Pienne was established 120 years ago, their headquarter is in Cramant, on the Cote de Blancs and in the Valley of river Marne. It is lead by Gilles Lancelot, head of the Lancelot-Pienne family.
They maintiane 8,5 ha and produces 80.000 bottles annually. 3 ha are dedicated to Chardonnay (all Grand Crus of Cramant, Avize, Chouilly), 3 ha for Pinot Noir and 3 ha for Pinot Meunier.
Specialty of the terroir is and elegantly mineral, chalky character in the nose which covers gently the fresh fruity note of their champagnes.
Champagnes of Champagne Lancelot-Pienne are colorful and complex.
Champagne Moussé & Fils
House of Champagne Moussé & Fils was established in 1923 and currently lead by the fourth generation. They maintain 7,2 ha and produces 66.000 bottles annually. 50% of the production is exported to international markets, and 50% is consumed in France.
Their headquarter is in Cuisles, in the Valley of river Marne.
Their speciality is Pinot Meunier, which provides unique, lightly chalky, white flowery face of the variety due to the high green clay content of the soil.