First and foremost, the story of Champagne Mont-Hauban is a human story. At the end of WWII, vine growers from two neighbouring villages decided to come together to protect their work. To this end, they created the Cooperative of Monthelon-Morangis in 1947. These men were truly passionate about their project and decided to strengthen their organisation by sharing expertise and starting to produce champagne under a single brand name: Champagne Mont-Hauban. The Cooperative – located in the heart of Champagne, on the hillsides south of Épernay – remains independent to this day and is now managed by the heirs of its founding members.

Champagne Mont-Hauban House owes its name to the plot of vines which was uprooted at the time to make space for the Cooperative building. 

Equally, it is the name of the road linking the villages of Monthelon and Morangis. The doubled ‘M’ letter in our logo represents how we unified these two villages in 1947.

Our vineyard extends across 70 ha, and its topography makes it special – it is located on a single hillside facing south-east. The three main grape varieties of the Champagne region grow here:

• The Chardonnays and Meuniers (grown in equal proportions) by far account for the majority of our plants
 • Pinot Noir is less widespread and makes up just 10% of our grape supplies.

The winemaking, ageing, and marketing part of our champagne business all takes place at our premises in Monthelon.

When harvest times rolls around, the grapes are pressed in one of our four presses.

The traditional skills and techniques of the Champagne region dictate that human intervention should be kept to a minimum during the winemaking process. After the alcoholic fermentation stage, our wines undergo malolactic fermentation in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks. Following that, our wines are left to age for a few months. The next step will be assemblage, or blending.

Now it is time for our Cellar Master to shine! He skilfully blends our wines to bring out the best in them – that is and always has been the spirit of Mont-Hauban. The resulting product always offers a subtle balance. It is bottled in March each year and preserved in our cool cellars for several years after that. This ageing process allows the wine to develop more complex aromas. Then come the riddling, disgorging, and labelling processes.

 Once ready, the bottles age for a few more months in our cellars before they are ready to be sold. This is the best time to taste our wines – it is the culmination of the entire process and gives you the opportunity to experience all the style of Mont-Hauban in a glass.

Our fabulous, festive champagnes are an ideal way to celebrate those special moments in your life which you share with your friends and family!


60% Chardonnay
40% Meunier

This champagne is crisp, subtle and light with aromas of citrus, lime and tea leaves. The perfect accompaniment for your cocktail party or aperitif

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100% Chardonnay

The purity of the Chardonnay is clear in notes of white flowers, white peach, and pear in syrup. This is a fine Blanc de Blancs and its delicacy will undoubtedly seduce the taster.

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Extra Brut

90% Meunier
10% Chardonnay

A low-dosage, lively, and fruity champagne. This delicious Extra Brut displays subtle citrus notes of lime and grapefruit which are guaranteed to invigorate your taste buds.

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The crowning glory of a champagne’s existence: unique, authentic, and best enjoyed with other wine connoisseurs or as part of a romantic dinner.

Vintage 2008

A fruit explosion which packs a punch! Opening with aromas of pâte de fruits (set fruit paste) and candied fruit, later developing spicy aromas in the mouth to make this vintage perfectly balanced.

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Cuvée Éphémère

A limited quantity of exceptional wines, carefully selected by our Cellar Master. A top-level cuvée for a magical wine tasting…

After years spent ageing in a cellar, these sparkling gems are the pride of Mont-Hauban’s champagne House. Let your imagination run free and pair these cuvées with the most delightful foods you can find!

Perle d'Ambre

A lively and complex champagne with aromas of ripe fruit, toasted bread, and coffee. Pair with meat dishes in sauce or homemade cakes and pastries.

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Perle Blanche

This delicious, delicate, and lavish cuvée with its aromas of pastry, candied citrus, and tropical fruit will combine beautifully with your most elegant dishes, especially seafood.

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Perle Rose

With its aromas of strawberry coulis, redcurrant, blackcurrant, and blackberry; this rosé champagne will be the perfect accompaniment on midsummer nights or with your homemade “Charlotte cake with Pink Biscuits” (pink biscuits from Reims).

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This traditional aperitif from Champagne is made from grape juice blended with Marc de Champagne (brandy). This is a stunningly elegant bottle with a glass cap presented in an individual case. The perfect drink to enjoy for a gentle and delectable experience.

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3 route de Mancy - 51530 Monthelon
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Our Current Recommendations

Explore our current recommendations: come and taste one of the cuvées from our Mont-Hauban House. Walk-in slots available from Tuesday to Saturday, from 9 am to 12 pm and from 1.30 pm to 5.30 pm

Keep your Glass as a Souvenir

Commented tasting session: enjoy three champagnes and one local Ratafia. Keep your Mont-Hauban champagne flute as a souvenir! 
Walk-in slots available from Tuesday to Saturday, from 9 am to 12 pm and from 1.30 pm to 5.30 pm

Experience champagne making 
first-hand at Mont-Hauban House

Explore the champagne-making process on a guided tour of our facilities including an expert-led tasting session featuring three champagnes and one local Ratafia. 
Available from Tuesday to Saturday, from 9 am to 12 pm and from 1.30 pm to 5.30 pm by reservation only.