Beaumet Jeanmaire Champagne
Beaumet Jeanmaire Champagne belongs to Laurent-Perrier.
In 1878, the Beaumet family, originally from Epernay, her own champagne house. At the beginning of the 19th century, she had to leave her Pierry plants to settle in Chalons-en-.Champagne to settle down.
Especially in France and Belgium the house conquered a loyal clientele thanks to the champagnes from its own vineyard.
In 1977 Champagne Beaumet was taken over by Jacques Trouillard, a member of a large champagne family. Thanks to the contribution of the Trouillard family and many partner winemakers, it can base its development on a stable supply of quality grapes.
In 2004, Beaumet joined the Laurent-Perrier Group when it acquired Château Malakoff.
Today, Champagne Beaumet reserves its entire production for a clientele of restaurateurs and wine merchants, mainly based in Europe (Great Britain, Belgium, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Germany, etc.)
Champagne by amateurs, Beaumet cuvées are therefore appreciated for their structure and the combination of freshness and aromas of ripe fruit. Perfect champagnes for an aperitif or a meal!
The Trouillard family, owners of Château Malakoff, acquired the three champagne houses Oudinot, Jeanmaire and Beaumet in the 80s and 90s. In 2004 the Trouillard family sold Château Malakoff to Laurent-Perrier.
The different brands of the three champagne houses are now marketed under the Malakoff umbrella, but the bottled cuvées are identical. The different labels make it easier to reach different markets.
The Champagne House Jeanmaire was founded in 1933 by André Jeanmaire, a winemaker from Avize. In 1878, the Beaumet family founded their own champagne house in Epernay and the history of the Oudinot began at the end of the 19th century with Jules Edouard Oudinot in Avise.