Our champagnes



The creation of Collard-Milesi Champagne was the brainchild of Matthias Collard, a champagne and wine tourism enthusiast from a family that has been involved in the world of champagne for several generations. His great-grandfather, Pierre Philipponnat, ran the eponymous house, now owned by the Lanson BCC group. After working as an ambassador for the House of Pommery abroad, Matthias Collard had the idea of developing wine tours in Champagne, in partnership with local winemakers. In 2021, he realized his dream of creating his own champagne brand, carrying his name and his wife’s father name. It is made mainly from Chardonnay, his preferred grape variety. Collard-Milesi presents 3 cuvées : a Blanc de Blancs Premier Cru aged for three years, a Grand Cru Extra Brut left on lees for four years, and a Grand Cru Vintage (currently 2017). Champagne Collard-Milesi is the fruit of an original family adventure, combining tourism and terroir, tradition and modernity.


the Clos Corbier cellars

Guy Méa is a family business that has been producing Champagne since the 1950’s. It is located in Louvois, one of the 17 villages classified as Grands Crus de Champagne, in the heart of the Reims mountains. It was founded by Gilbert Méa, then passed on to his son René, his grandson Guy and his granddaughter Evelyne. It is now Sophie, daughter of Evelyne, who is running the company with her husband Franck.

Guy Méa had a difficult childhood, marked by the war and his father’s captivity in Austria for 5 years. He had to leave school at the age of 9 to look after the vines and animals. He developed a passion for Champagne wine, which he was able to promote and appreciate during his time at the Paris military academy. It was thanks to him that Maison Méa took off commercially in 1951, increasing its production and reducing its grape sales to négociants.

Evelyne Méa joined the company in 1982, at the age of 22. She learned the trade on the job, with enthusiasm and dedication. She was supported by her husband Jean Louis Milesi. Their daughter Sophie is now making the Champagnes. Matthias, owner of Le Clos Corbier, is married with her sister Carole.


Guy Méa

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