Champagne Mercier

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The main facilities of Champagne Mercier.
Mercier oak barrel with a capacity of 200 000 Champagne bottles for the world exposition 1889 in Paris

Mercier is a Champagne producer based in the Épernay region of Champagne. The house, founded in 1858, produces both vintage and non-vintage cuvée. Mercier owned the original rights to the name Dom Pérignon but gave the brand to Moët et Chandon in 1927. Today the house is under the umbrella of the LVMH group and is the number one selling brand of Champagne in the domestic French market.[1]

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  1. ^ T. Stevenson, ed. The Sotheby's Wine Encyclopedia (4th Edition) pg 181 Dorling Kindersley 2005 ISBN 0-7513-3740-4