When Emilien Jamart became the owner of the buildings of a vineyard in 1930, this baker did not imagine being at the head of a Champagne House a few years later.
And yet ...
Abundant harvest and misfortunes lead him to be paid in wine his pressing services and to cash in the storage. Nourished by the passion and experience of his father, a cellar worker at Moet & Chandon, he vinifies and becomes a wine merchant. The progressive acquisition of grape vines will make Emilien a grower and wine maker.
It is within this property, in the heart of the village of Saint Martin d'Ablois, that will follow four generations moved by the same love of vine and wine that we would like to share with you today.
Interview du journal l’Union dans le cadre des vendanges dont le thème de cette année est “les vendanges au féminin”. Mise en valeur de notre pressoir traditionnel de plus de 140 ans toujours en activité. Toute notre récolte est pressée à l’ancienne, perpétuant ainsi le savoir faire de nos ancêtres. Dimanche 29 Aout 2021