Since 1743 the date of its creation, Moët and Chandon has been passing unparalleled wine making knowledge from generation to generation along with an innovative and pioneering spirit.
The founder Claude Moët was the first to adopt these values when he made his champagne, later becoming one of the most popular in Europe. With his younger son, Jean Remy Moët, visionary and pioneer, Moët and Chandon would become one of the biggest international champagne brands. A story that that quickly turned the family name into a global success symbol.
The 1,190 hectares of calcium rich soil, are classified into grand cru (50%) and premier cru making up the largest champagne vineyard in the region. The underground cellars of Moët and Chandon are the biggest in the of their competitors, stretching over more than 28km forming a detailed labyrinth where the wine is transformed under optimal temperature and humidity conditions.