Champagne Mercier

    • Our family saga began during the reign of Napoleon III, in the Second Empire, a period of thriving economic prosperity. When he was only 20 years old my great-grandfather Eugène Mercier established his own House and revolutionized the world of champagne. He took up an incredible challenge: Make the wine of the era’s elites into a champagne accessible to everyone without ever sacrificing quality.
    • A brilliant innovator and communications visionary, Eugène Mercier always knew how to surprise and amaze the public… He launched numerous and original communications operations during the course of the 19th century: a filmed commercial with the Lumière brothers, the creation of unusual promotional items and grand wine tastings of Mercier champagnes at Universal Expositions.
    • An assemblage of Pinot Noir, Meunier and Chardonnay with a pale yellow color, MERCIER BRUT has a bouquet marked by white stone fruits and notes of fresh bread. Aromas of ripe apple and pear develop fully on the palate for a delightfully fresh finish.
    • Perfect spontaneity

      « When I decide to have spur-of-the-moment at my house, I particularly favor Mercier Brut. This wine’s spontaneous flavors create the perfect atmosphere for friends. Its intense fruity freshness pairs perfectly with my favorite little appetizers: mini salmon burgers, foie gras with figs on toast, and individual terrines of shrimp, avocado and spinach.»

      Emmanuel Mercier, ambassador for Mercier and great-grandson of the founder.
Visiting the cellars

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