The Champagne House upholds its legacy of mature, complex yet harmonious blends.
Birthed during the Champagne riots of 1912, Telmont has since upheld a reputation of supreme luxury and passion. Founded by the coveted winemaker Henri Lhôpital – with a mission to uphold the high standards of quality of Champagne – Telmont now welcomes wine tasters old and new to sip its fresh ethereal blend, created from four generations of winemakers who dedicated their craft to mastering each and every stage of winemaking.
“I don’t believe in pure happenstance, however, there ate fateful encounters… and our discovery of Telmont was one of them,” says Ludovic Du Plessis, the President of Telmont.
Unlike many wine companies that cater to customers with mass production in mind, the Champagne House Telmont keep the terroir at the forefront of its business — attuning to its vineyards to understand every grape that is filtered into every bottle. In remaining loyal to its terroir and ingredients, Telmont’s spirit is upheld by courage and humility — making for one of the most harmonious, complex yet refined wines available on the market.
From the evolution of the honeysuckled Réserve Brut to the fruity Réserve Rosé, the buttery Blanc de Blancs to the sharp Sans Soufre, one thing remains constant: the House’s attention to their vines. With each Telmont leader prioritising the quality of their vineyards over the quantity of their production, every sip of Telmont’s beverages promises to transport you into the luxurious fields of Champagne — no matter where you are.