These are not the most famous houses, yet their cuvées are present on the majority of starred tables, and in the cellars of great champagne lovers. These are houses whose work and style have shaped Champagne.
Among these houses adulated by experts, there is the Gosset house, established in 1584, which makes it the oldest in Champagne. It imposes a style all in elegance and nuances. We could also cite Maison Henriot, whose vintages offer exceptional value for money, or even Pol Roger, a favorite brand of the British Royal family and Churchill.
We must also mention houses like Delamotte, Alfred Gratien and Leclerc-Briant who master the art of sublimating their land like no other. Finally, it is impossible not to mention Philipponnat, Billecart-Salmon and Charles Heiskieck, houses present at most 3-star tables around the world.