Victorieux Champagne

The Press Herald has published an article about Victorieux Champagne and Thomas Brems who launched the company earlier this year in Maine.

In the Champagne region of France, about 100 miles east of Paris, there are 14 acres in the Côtes de Sézanne where the family vineyards of Cédric Guyot have been producing grapes and making Champagne for three generations. One day, a fresh-faced college kid from America came knocking at the door, in the small village of Fontaine-Deni [and now a few years later] two of the small grower’s Champagnes are being sold in 13 locations in southern Maine and nowhere else in the United States: Brut Millésime 2009, a traditional vintage Champagne, and a Rosé Brut.

Victorieux Champagne is donating $1 per bottle sold in December to Full Plates Full Potential.

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