The Montgueux hill is located 10km away from Troyes in the southern region of Champagne. Our vineyard is renowned for the typicity of its Chardonnay grapes.
Facing South East our vines are planted on Upper Cretaceous chalk and clay. We maintain a grass-cover between the vines. The age of these vineyards and our wine-making processes enable us to produce generous, complex and highly subtle wines.
After the First World War the Beaugrand family was the first to replant its hillsides. Montgueux acquired the Champagne appellation in 1927 and the first bottles were put on sale in 1930.
We have had the pleasure of welcoming you on our wine estate for more than four generations.
Wine-making processes : a blend of tradition and innovation.
All our wines come from 45-year old vines. We select the finest organically produced yeast. Malolactic fermentation is used in order to develop generous, complex and refined wines. 35000 bottles are nursed in our cellars and kept at least three years before being released.
The Chardonnay grape, which excels on our soil, is our majority grape.
Facing South East, the Chardonnay vines are planted on Upper Cretaceous clay and chalk. "Our wine-making processes remain traditional. We have favored a reasoned approach by allowing grass to grow in our vineyards, thus enabling us to ban pesticides and herbicides from our estate".