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Jérôme Blin

The Jérôme Blin Champagne House is a family-run winery in Vincelles, a village in the Marne region of France. The Blin family's winemaking tradition dates back to 1671.

The winery covers an area of 6 hectares and mainly grows Meunier grapes, which make up around 70 % of its vineyards. This grape variety is typical of the Marne Valley. In addition, there are 15 % Pinot Noir and 15 % Chardonnay. In recent years, the focus has shifted to biodynamic and organic viticulture. By 2018, Jérôme Blin had decided to cultivate the entire estate according to the principles of biodynamics.

The young winemaker has an academic background in oenology and viticulture, a master's degree in oenology and experience in viticulture in Australia. After returning to the family winery, he began growing organic grapes, which led to the first organic grape harvest in 2013. By 2016, the winery was marketing its first organic wines. The commitment to organic viticulture was formalised on 2 September 2010 with an organic certification decision. Currently, the 2.10-hectare estate is mainly organic, focussing on Meunier, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. The annual production of organic bottles is around 6,100, with 64 % of the bottles sold by the brand being organic.

The Champagne Jérôme Blin estate offers various cuvées, including "Varoce", consisting of 20 % Chardonnay and 80 % Meunier. This special cuvée from 2013 comes from vineyards in the Vincelles terroir and has an average vine age of 35 years.

For more information, you can visit the official Champagne Jérôme Blin website or contact them directly using the contact details provided.