G.H. Mumm Cordon Rouge Champagne Brut NV French Champagne is one of the three best-selling top champagne brands in the world. It originated in 1827 and has a long history. It has won the LEgion d'Honneur Red Ribbon Award. With unique wine-making skills, champagne has a refreshing taste, fragrant and long-lasting aroma, stable quality and low output, and is very cost-effective.
More than three hundred years ago, the Champagne region of France was unique. At that time, the French in the Champagne region began to grow grapes and make wine, and the Roman Empire also brought grape cultivation and winemaking methods to the Champagne region of France. In 1827, the Mumm brothers Jacobus, Gottlieb and Philip arrived in Reims, the capital of the Champagne region of France, and co-founded the P.A. Mumm champagne winery with their business partner Friedrich Giesler. Mumm was named in memory of the brothers' father, Peter Amold Mum, who is now the famous French champagne winery G.H. Mumm. predecessor.
The Mumm brothers come from a well-known German wine merchant family and own their own high-quality vineyards in the Rhine wine region of Germany. French Mumm Champagne represents passion, vitality and perfect and exquisite quality. The red ribbon on the champagne bottle represents quality assurance and honor, and it has won the LEgion d'Honneur Red Ribbon Award. The moment you open Mumm Champagne, what comes out is not only the sizzling sound and overflowing aroma, but also the feeling of happiness and excitement. This is the charm of champagne.
According to EU regulations, the Champagne Region of France is the only wine-producing region that can label Champagne on wine bottles. Mumm Champagne is produced by G.H. Mumm, a famous French Champagne house. According to the traditional champagne brewing method, it is brewed with rich citrus fruit aromas such as lemon and grapefruit, accompanied by the aroma of bread and yeast. It is extremely cost-effective and has received the highest recommendation in the Wine Spectator evaluation, Spectator Selection.