Champagne Mandois

The Mandois’s vineyards date back to 1735 when the family decided to acquire vines in Champagne.  Jean Mandois, while Frère Odoart was active, owned and worked a few parcels on the slopes of Epernay.  The long family history revolutionized when Victor Mandois, Jean’s great-grandson, decided to vinify and commercialize the wines from Champagne in Epernay.  The caves of Mandois are dug deeply into the “heart of Champagne,” the very unique atmosphere due to the incredible architecture with vaults made of meuliere stones where the liquers de dosage are secretly elaborated and the reserve wines are stored in oak casks to ensure continuity of style. The Mandois holdings include 37 hectares of land planted to the vine, many of which are in Grand Cru and Premier Cru vineyards with 32 hectares being certified organic.

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