Since its creation in 1951, Champagne Pertois-Moriset has been an independent, family-run producer. Harvesting and handling, they vinify, champagnize and market only their own grapes. Located in Mesnil-sur-Oger, a prestigious village classified Grand Cru in the Côte des blancs, this family-run Domaine seeks to bring out the minerality and typicity of their terroirs without make-up.
Their 20.70-hectare vineyard is divided as follows:
- 13.40 hectares in Côte des blancs, where the Chardonnay grape reigns supreme.
- 7.30 hectares in the Coteaux Sézannais, where the grape variety is 60% Pinot Noir and 40% Chardonnay.
This family-run house is a member of the prestigious Club Trésors de Champagne, a club founded in 1971 and made up of just 24 members, whose aim is to bring together artisan Champenois winemakers sensitive to the preservation of their terroir and know-how. This membership contributes to embellishing the flawless reputation of Pertois-Moriset and enhances their quest for excellence and respect for winegrowing tradition and terroir.