Mandois’ vineyard dates back to 1735 when the family decided to acquire vines in Champagne. This long family story went through a big revolution in 1860, when Victor Mandois (Jean’s great-grandson), precursor and visionary, decided to vinify and commercialize the wines from Champagne in Epernay. Champagne Mandois is now sold all over the world and its quality has made it one of the great champagne houses. Each bottle from Mandois is the purest expression of the cuvée, in respect with the traditions in Champagne and with the House style. Rich, a Mandois champagne always shows a fine texture developing slowly and perfectly mouthfilling. With a characteristic crispy start, Mandois’s wines show great richness on the palate and long-lasting aromas on the finish. Exuberant, thanks to their finesse and complexity, Mandois’s wines are expressive even at their early stage. They develop slowly in the glass and always reveal a great generosity. Elegant, the wines show a long finish with impressions of fluidity, roundness and finesse.