In the Cave of Champagne Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin: Chef de Caves Dominiques Demarville (right) and his predecessors Jaques Péters and Charles Delhayes
The Coen-Brothers of Champagne: Didier and Olivier Gimonnet
Hervé Dantan former long term Chef de Cave of Champagne Mailly Grand Crus between small plates representing the plots of Mailly Grand Crus
Champagne Krug means self-confidence. Olivier Krug represents Krug
Krugs famous Barriques used for the first fermentation, in between them Eric Lebel
Father and Son: Pierre and Pascal Agrapart, Champagne Agrapart et Fils, Avize
The last of the mohicans of Châlons-en-Champagne in the caves of Joseph Perrier: Jean-Claude Fourmon
Mathieu Kauffmann, former chef de cave of Champagne Bollinger observing the change of light in his favorite vineyard "La Côte aux Enfants"
Jérôme Prévost in his cellar, a former air-raid shelter in Gueux
Champagne is healthy and supports your charme: Benoît Gouez, Chef de Cave, Moët & Chandon in a room of the trianon, where Richard Wagner played piano far more than a hundred years ago
Crisp acid: Jean-Paul Gandon former Chef de Cave of Champagne Lanson
Visionary: Alexandre Chartogne in his vineyards in Merfy
Starting up Charles Philipponat and the Marne Valley and Cotes de Blanc behind him
Sophie and Pierre Larmandier nearly flying over Vertus
Nicolas Jaeger. His family provides Alfred Gratiens Chef de Cave in the fourth generation
Jean-Hervé and Didier Chiquet, Champagne Jacquesson, January 2012, Dizy
Jean-Pierre Vincent. Former Chef de Cave, Champagne Nicolas Feuilatte
...and Nicolas Feuillatte´s new Chef de Cave: David Henault
Dégorgement à la volée: Joseph Loriot
Anselm Selosse and his favorite vehicle
Jean-Baptiste Lecaillon, Chef de Cave Champagne Louis Roederer: "Our Grapes from Verzenay compose the backbone of our Cuvées, especially that of Cristal"
Jean Claude Rouzaud leads the State-of-the-Art Champagne House Louis Roederer
Champagne A.R. Lenoble, Damery. Anne and Antoine Malassagne
Pressing has to be processed quick to prevent oxidation, Champagne Jacquesson, Harvest 2011.
Bruno Pailard the Champagne-Maniac: Out of nothing he created his own maison in Reims.
That´s the way. Claude Dervin, chief oenologist of Champagne Joseph Perrier
If the conditions are with you, the Clos de Goisses in Mareuil-sur-Ay delivers the shape of a lying bottle in collaboration with the Canal latéral à la Marne