Situated in Le Mesnil-sur-Oger, Champagne Pertois-Moriset, has from the beginning been a family business and independently owned. Grower-producers: each new generation has been nourished through the tradition and the knowledge of the vine and the wine of those who came before.
Cécile and Vincent are happy
to welcome you to Champagne Pertois-Moriset
Monday to Friday from 9am to 12am and from 2pm to 5pm
overview of the Domaine
The House’s history began through the marriage between Yves Pertois and Janine Moriset, the son and daughter of two former winemaking families in the Côte de Blancs. In 1951, the couple decided to create the brand Pertois-Moriset, which continued to develop as their son Dominique and his wife Florence joined the House.
Today, The House is managed by their granddaughter Cécile and her husband Vincent. The surface of the vineyard is 20.70 hectares, spread over two terroirs:
- The Côte de Blancs which is around 13.4 hectares, Grand Cru, and Chardonnay predominates by 100%
- The Coteaux Sézannais which is around 7.30 hectares and is made up of 60% Pinot Noir and 40% Chardonnay
of the environment.
The estate works while remaining attentive to the biodiversity that surrounds it. If the years allow it, no chemical inputs are applied on the vine. Sexual confusion is practiced in all the plots. The vines are naturally grassed in winter, and in summer the soil is ploughed. All mechanical work is carried out with a 100% electric tractor.
2009, a new
Perpetuating the House’s legacy, a pressing center was created in 2009. It is equipped with two stainless-steel membrane presses, two thermo-regulated stainless-steel tanks, and a vat room for barrels and big oaks.
These facilities contribute to a healthy pressing of excellent quality, a fermentation at controlled linear temperature, a malolactic fermentation deliberately blocked on most of the cuvées, and an ageing on fine lees throughout the winter. The wine is bottled in June/July, in order to give the wine time to fully develop in tanks and barrels. The bottles then rest on the cellar, at least 20 months for the main vintages, and much longer for the vintages, thus guaranteeing wines with a unique taste.
2015, the family home
joins the Club Trésors de Champagne.
In 2015, the family house returned to the Club des Trésors de Champagne, to which it had already belonged at the time with Yves and Janine. Today, the Special Club Cuvée is the blend of the most beautiful lieux-dits in Le Mesnil-sur-Oger. In addition, the House is beginning to specialize in the vinification and production of lieux-dits and mono-villages. No fewer than 12 vintages have been created for the 2018 harvest, where in addition to our traditional vintages, in a few year’s time you will be able to taste mono-villages such as Cramant, Chouilly, Oger, Villeneuve and Barbonne-Fayel (in Pinot Noir) and Le Mesnil-sur-Oger lieux-dits such as Jutées, Hauts d’ Aillerands, Jeamprins and Hautes Mottes.