Mumm

No.3 best-selling champagne in the world. No.1 champagne brand in France. The prestigious champagne house G.H. Mumm has been blending the finest vintages since 1827.

Mumm range

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Main markets for Mumm

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  • 1. France
  • 2. Australia
  • 3. UK
  • 4. Italy
  • 5. Japan

 

Know-how 

Mumm has a 218-hectare vineyard, including 160 Grand Cru category hectares. The House's estate covers eight of the Champagne region's most famous vineyards: Aÿ, Bouzy, Ambonnay, Verzy, Verzenay and Mailly for Pinot Noirs, and Avize and Cramant for Chardonnays.
Since the very beginning, Mumm has always carefully controlled the quality of the grapes used in order to guarantee the consistency and excellence of its champagnes. Mumm has patented several high-tech processes, which all help ensure the quality of the wines.
Since its creation, Mumm’s style has been built on a subtle balance between freshness and intensity, carried forward by the House’s unbroken line of 12 cellar masters. Mumm insists on a longer ageing period and six to eight grams of liqueur de dosage to allow the wines to fully express their character. The current master cellar Didier Mariotti remains true to the House tradition. 

History of Mumm

1827
1876
1884
1900
2006

Descended from a line of barons and knights dating back to the 12th century and vineyard owners since 1761, the Mumm family founded the champagne house of the same name in 1827.

In 1876, Georges Hermann Mumm, the son of one of the founders, created Mumm Cordon Rouge - the cuvée that best expresses Mumm’s expertise. The bright red diagonal label sash would become a symbol of Mumm’s excellence. 

Mumm becomes the official supplier to the English court, later conquering the other royal courts of Europe.

Mumm records sales of 3 million bottles a year, with exports to more than 20 countries, making it the world’s leading champagne producer.

Didier Mariotti becomes the Mumm cellar master.

Descended from a line of barons and knights dating back to the 12th century and vineyard owners since 1761, the Mumm family founded the champagne house of the same name in 1827.

In 1876, Georges Hermann Mumm, the son of one of the founders, created Mumm Cordon Rouge - the cuvée that best expresses Mumm’s expertise. The bright red diagonal label sash would become a symbol of Mumm’s excellence. 

Mumm becomes the official supplier to the English court, later conquering the other royal courts of Europe.

Mumm records sales of 3 million bottles a year, with exports to more than 20 countries, making it the world’s leading champagne producer.

Didier Mariotti becomes the Mumm cellar master.

Descended from a line of barons and knights dating back to the 12th century and vineyard owners since 1761, the Mumm family founded the champagne house of the same name in 1827.

In 1876, Georges Hermann Mumm, the son of one of the founders, created Mumm Cordon Rouge - the cuvée that best expresses Mumm’s expertise. The bright red diagonal label sash would become a symbol of Mumm’s excellence. 

Mumm becomes the official supplier to the English court, later conquering the other royal courts of Europe.

Mumm records sales of 3 million bottles a year, with exports to more than 20 countries, making it the world’s leading champagne producer.

Didier Mariotti becomes the Mumm cellar master.