The vineyard of Daniel Dumont Champagne covers 10 hectares of vineyards spreaded out over 4 villages of the Montagne de Reims among which Villers-Allerand, Rilly-La-Montagne, Chigny-Les-Roses and Ludes, two villages of the Côte de Sézanne with Sézanne and Vindey and in the Vallée de la Marne in Barzy-sur-Marne.
The grape variety of this vineyard is dominated by the Chardonnay 40%, the Pinot noir 34% and the Pinot Meunier 26%.
With regard to the environmental protection, Champagne Daniel Dumont uses non phytosanitary products in the cultivation of their vines. They are faithful to the conventional methods while using modern techniques. In the attention in the vineyard is focused on respect for the soil with regard to the microbial aspect and the implanting. The different multitudes of their soils guarantee the authenticity of their Champagnes and reveal the identity of their various soils. The identity of their Champagnes are an full outcome of their own production.
All the stages of elaboration from the pressing to the sales are carried out on the estate. The sorting of the grape harvest is brought to a successful conclusion by precariously harvesting of the vineyard. The patience and respect for the wine contributes to the elaboration of Champagnes characterized by subtile and delicate aromas to protect a gustative balance.