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Cuvée Louise, top brand of house Pommery
Bond of the Champagne Pommery & Greno S.A., issued August 1929

Coordinates: 49°12′57″N 3°58′34″E / 49.2157837°N 3.9761169°E / 49.2157837; 3.9761169

Champagne Pommery is a Champagne house located in Reims. The house was founded as Pommery & Greno in 1858 by Alexandre Louis Pommery and Narcisse Greno with the primary business being wool trading. Under the guidance of Alexandre's widow, Louise Pommery, the firm was dedicated to Champagne production and soon became one of the region's largest Champagne brands.[1] Champagne Pommery was the first house to commercialize a brut Champagne in 1874.

It is possible to visit this Champagne cellar and also the Villa Demoiselle, just in front of Champagne Pommery House in Reims.

Pommery is currently owned by the Vranken-Pommery Monopole Group (located in Reims), which also owns Heidsieck & Co Monopole and Vranken, Château la Gordonne, Domaine Royal de Jarras, and Rozès in their portfolio.

The facilities of Champagne Pommery in Reims

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  1. ^ D. & P. Kladstrup. Champagne. Harper Collins, Publisher. pp. 99–100. ISBN 0-06-073792-1.

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