Winemakers from father to son since 1776
  • Champagne region
    Montagne de Reims
  • Cultivated grape varieties
    Pinot Noir | Chardonnay |
    Arbanne | Pinot Gris | Pinot Blanc | Meunier |
    Petit Meslier
  • Viticulture
    Estate has been involved in biodynamics since 2008

Mouzon - Leroux
Mouzon - Leroux is a family winery, founded in 1776 in the spectacular Grand Cru village Verzy. The village attracts tourists from all over the world with unusual, "enchanted" forest with strange, bizarre, strongly twisted trees - a special kind of beech. For a long time, Mouzon - Leroux grew grapes exclusively for sale, and only in 1930 the first bottle of champagne was produced.


Alcoholic fermentation using local yeasts malolactic fermentation done to limit sulphites (less that 5 mg/l of free SO2), spontaneous fermentation. Wine aging on lees in barrels. No filtration, no fining.
Aged on lees in bottle for 3 to 5 years
Mouzon - Leroux
1% of the turnover of our first-class cuvees is donated to an association whose values ​​are close to ours: Terre et Humanisme

Mouzon - Leroux

The company owns 6 hectares of magnificent vineyards, divided into 60 different plots. The vineyards have been biodynamically cultivated since 2008 and certified by "Ecocert". Only natural fertilizers are used, a horse and a plow are used for plowing, and seasons and moon phases are also taken into account. In the vineyards, flowers and grass grow between the vines. Sebastien Mouzon, the current owner, has planted cherry trees, tomatoes and other plants in the middle of his vineyard plots to promote biodiversity.