In 1827, the Mumm brothers, descended from a noble family dating back to the 13th century, settled in Champagne. In 1853, Georges Hermann, one of the descendants of the founders, took over the destiny of the company the name of which became then G.H. MUMM. The house quickly created a style and a quality with its emblematic Cordon Rouge: 77 crus for a subtle balance between freshness and intensity. Released in 1875, the Cordon Rouge, the sign of the excellence of the house, was appreciated in all the royal courts of Europe, becoming the "champagne of sovereigns." In the depths of our cellars, created in 1827, 25 million bottles are patiently resting.
The visit to the cellars leads you through this exceptional site and outlines the main steps in the development of Champagne G.H. MUMM. You will also discover one of the most comprehensive museums about the different Champagne trades.
The visit (on foot) lasts about an 1:15 hour.
From 1 March to 31 October: Open everyday from 9:30am to 1pm (last tour begins at
11:30am) and from 2pm to 6pm (last tour begins at 4:30pm).
During the low season, open upon reservation from Monday to Saturday from 9:00am to 12:00pm and
from 2:00pm to 6:00pm.
Closed 24, 25 and 31 December and 1 January.
Visits in French and English. Other languages: please contact us.
Shop open all year round at the same hours as the cellars.