Champagne Jeangout turned to export

Our House is looking to export !

Eager to export our champagnes internationally and to the third world, we continue our efforts !

Since 2021, we are present in the Netherlands and in England.

Our champagnes have also recently been exported to Italy, Sweden, in South Korea, and the Congo, on the African continent.

Interview with Romain Jeangout, winegrower on the farm :

When did the desire to turn to exports arise ?

RJ : “This desire has been present since I arrived in 2017 on the family farm.”

How did you do it ?

RJ : “It has been a very big job over five years, requiring a lot of personal investment and time. We started to redo all the packaging that constitutes the identity of the brand. We also redesigned our website and developed new vintages. This is essential and fundamental before thinking about exporting. 

We have gradually started to take part in competitions in order to be visible in France and abroad. This allows us to come into contact with private individuals and professionals, which in turn leads to good results. To our credit, we can count several medals and references that have been awarded to us such as :

  • A 2022 gold medal for our Rosé de Saignée awarded by the Vinalies Internationales
  • A reference in the Guide Veron des Champagnes for our Extra Brut
  • A reference in the Guide Hachette for our Brut and Prestige cuvées 
  • A reference in the Guide Veron 2024 des Champagnes for our Prestige

On the local level, we would like to turn our attention to and develop the wine tourism aspect. This allows us to receive people of French nationality, but also foreigners such as English speakers, Germans, Italians and Belgians. Thanks to cellar visits and tastings, we can pass on our passion for our wines and our terroir. 

This includes restructuring the tour circuit and creating a special place for tastings.”

Are there countries that attract you more than others for the export of your champagnes ?

RJ : “There is no particular country I would like to export to. On the other hand, our objective is to export to countries where people want to consume organic products. It is important that our consumers have the same vision as us on the values we advocate as well as on our way of elaborating our champagnes in the respect of the environment.”

What are your future plans ?

RJ : “I would like to take part in more trade fairs on a national and international level. Also, we want to create new vintages to please as many people as possible.”

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