More about Grongnet
A Family Tradition
Grongnet Champagne is a small, family-owned Champagne house located in the village of Cramant in the Côte des Blancs region of Champagne, France. The house was founded in 1935 by Gaston Grongnet and is currently run by his grandson, Vincent Grongnet.
Location and Terroir
The Côte des Blancs region is renowned for its chalky soils that are ideal for growing Chardonnay grapes. The family's vineyards are located in both the Côte des Blancs and the Montagne de Reims regions, allowing them to produce a range of Champagnes with different characteristics.
Grongnet Champagne produces a range of Champagnes, including non-vintage, vintage, and prestige cuvées.
These Champagnes are typically made from a blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier grapes sourced from the family's vineyards. They are aged for a minimum of three years on the lees to develop complexity and depth of flavor.
Made from grapes harvested in exceptional years, these Champagnes are aged for a minimum of five years on the lees. They are known for their elegance, finesse, and aging potential.
Prestige Cuvées - Special Club Champagne
The flagship wines of the house, these Champagnes are made from the best grapes from the family's oldest vineyards. They are aged for a minimum of seven years on the lees and are known for their complexity, richness, and longevity.
Grongnet Champagne is highly regarded for its commitment to traditional winemaking techniques. The house produces a limited quantity of Champagne each year, ensuring that each bottle is of the highest quality.
Grongnet Champagne is a sought-after and exclusive brand, known for its consistent quality, attention to detail, and commitment to traditional winemaking techniques.