From: Grande Montagne de Reims, Champagne, France
Tasting Notes: "Definitely dry, this Champagne is crisp, nervy, textured and needing further bottle age. The wine has enormous potential richness from the intensity and structure of the grand cru fruit of Verzenay. Drink from 2021." –Roger Voss, Wine Enthusiast, 94 points (December 2020)
About. This family business is the result of the union of two winegrowing families, the Godmé family, originally from Bouzy and Verzenay, and the Thomas family, based in Villiers-Marmery. Champagne Godmé's first traces appear in 1920, the year of the marriage of Joseph and Antoinette Godmé, the grandparents of the current winegrowers. Formerly marketed under the brand name Godmé Joseph, then Godmé Bertrand, as well as Godmé Père et fils, the house wines are now sold under the name Champagne Godmé Sabine. As the name changes reflect, each generation of the family is keen to mark its wines with its own identity.
Today, Sabine, Jean-Marie, and their children, Marie and Matthieu, work together as a family to develop their vineyards. Champagne Godmé holds 5.5 hectares with parcels in three Grand Cru villages (Verzenay, Verzy and Beaumont-sur-Vesle) and two Premier Cru villages (Villiers-Marmery and Montbré). For many years, the Godmé Sabine vineyard has aimed to integrate environmentally friendly practices into its daily operations; it now holds the HVE sustainability certification.
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