Secret de Famille

Symbol of the Champagne MONMARTHE, the “Secret de Famille” will make you discover the blending of the three stems of Champagne (Pinot Noir 40%, Meunier 40% and Chardonnay 20%) in a white and gold label. The ageing of 2 years in cellars helps this wine to express its power.
In the glass, you can see a shiny gold and rising thin bubbles, you can smell some notes of hawthorn and white peach, you can taste a wine slightly honeyed with aromas of cherry plums.

To be served for an aperitif but also with a fish meal.
For a cocktail, a wedding, a party, this vintage “ Secret de Famille” will leave you good memories.

Guide Hachette des Vins


Obtained from the blending of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir in a perfect balance (50/50), this vintage will catch all your attention.
It has spent four long years in our cellars before you discover it, tinted with golden shadows and a bewitching fragrance of natural distinction.
When you drink it you can feel aromas of quince and honey, a complexity revealing a perfect balance between brightness and persistence.

A pleasure to share with your friends for aperitif. Fineness, elegance and refinement are the main characteristics of this wine which has to be a privilege.

Guide Hachette des Vins
 Decanter World Wine Awards
Concours des vignerons indépendants

Douceur de Bulles

Blended in the same proportions than our “Secret de Famille”( 40% of Pinot Noir, 40% of Meunier and 20% of Chardonnay), the difference of taste is due to the difference in the dose of sugar added. To get this taste, we add nearly 35g of sugar per liter, which gives shiny reflections and plum aromas.

Delightful with a strawberry cake or a panacotta with red fruits. Forgotten since a long time, the wine called ‘Demi Sec’ is given a revival thanks to its new label and a real identity: Douceur de Bulles. Wine of dessert by definition, you will end a meal at its climax with our Douceur de Bulles.

Millésime 2011

Blending of 60% Pinot Noir and 40% Chardonnay,

Remember 2011 :

This year 2011 has on balance been hot, sunny and windy. 2011 was a year without any season transition: the winter was dry and mild, and the spring was hot, sunny and windy. Different records of temperature during the spring let us think to a early harvest (prediction for mid-August ! ). But the summer will be very fresh and rainy, also with some records of temperature but because of freshness….

Finally the harvest took place at the end of August, and the grapes, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir will be absolutely magnificent ! We had foreseen a Vintage 2011 as soon as we made the first analyses.

Millésime 2012 Blanc de Blancs

Chardonnay 100%

Remember 2012 :

2012 has been very typical of a North East climate : fresh , rainy and windy, but profitable to the vineyard when needed.

August and September were dry and hot. The harvest began in mid-September. At once we felt a strong potential on our Chardonnay coming from the oldest plots of our vineyard.

The decision to make you discover a vintage Blanc de Blancs is taken after the tasting of the clear wine.

Coup de Coeur

A pure jewel

This vintage Extra-Brut is bewildering for all the Amateurs of Champagne.
Produced from old vines of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, this Champagne is a non vintage Brut aged 4 years in our cellars.
This Champagne will be bewildering for papillae and will sublimate your moments between friends.

Concours des Vignerons Indépendants
Sakura Japan Women's Wine Awards

Rose de Ludes

In a case of plain glass, the vintage Rose de Ludes reveals itself at first sight thanks to its color.
This vintage is the blending of our white wines and our still red wine “côteaux champenois”.
Thin bubbles, aromas of strawberries and black currants are the perfect cocktail for greediness.

Le Mondial du rosé

Les grimpants

This wine is the promotion of one terroir, one job, one plot, one stem, and a wine making. Because Champagne is a mosaic of vineyards, we propose you the visit of the vineyard called Les Grimpants.

Tasting Advice

  • Champagne is delivered at a perfect maturity stage. You can keep it for a few years in cellars, if you keep it lied down in darkness in a fresh temperature.
  • Champagne can be consumed between 8 and 10°C.
  • Serving a Champagne is a slow and regular gesture. Serving in 2 times is better for a nice sparkling. The glass must be filled at 2/3.

  • Have a nice tasting!