Champagne De Venoge invites you to discover their beautiful Champagne House on the famous and prestigious Avenue de Champagne in Epernay. An interesting and long history, established in 1837 by Mr. Henri-Marc de Venoge, origin of Switzerland. Champagne De Venoge was the first to launch a Blanc de Noirs (white Champagne made from black grapes).
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The Cordon Bleu symbol has been the House' trademark since 1851, it represents the river Venoge in Switzerland which flows into the Canton de Vaud and the family was named after this river. The Cordon Bleu also represents the l’Ordre du Saint-Esprit, a famous order of French knights.
Talented oenologists take care of high standards, in order to create exceptional Champagnes: grapes from the best vineyards, a long ageing period, use of the first press only, low sugar dosage.
Champagne Devenoge produces symbolic Vintages in unique bottles, such as the Louis XV or the Princes Champagne. It also has one of the largest vinothèques of the Champagne region.