Producing exceptional champagne since 1849, the house is synonymous with excellence. The house is located in Épernay, a city in the Champagne region of France, and is known for its elegant and balanced champagnes.
Founded by Pol Roger, who had previously worked for another champagne producer, the house has been family-owned and operated ever since. Over the years, the house has built a reputation for producing high-quality champagne that is enjoyed by wine lovers around the world.
What makes Pol Roger unique?
One of the hallmarks of the champagne is its finesse and balance. The house uses a traditional approach to winemaking, with a focus on hand-picking the grapes and fermenting the wine in oak barrels. This results in champagnes that are complex and well-rounded, with a delicate and refined character.
Sir Winston Churchill Cuvée
One of the most famous champagnes produced by the house is the Sir Winston Churchill cuvée. Created in honor of the legendary British statesman, this prestige cuvée is made from a blend of grapes from the best vineyards in the Champagne region. The champagne is aged for a minimum of seven years before being released, giving it a rich and complex character with notes of honey, brioche, and toasted almonds.
Sustainability and environmental responsibility
In addition to producing exceptional champagne, Pol Roger is also committed to sustainability and environmental responsibility. The house has implemented a number of measures to reduce its carbon footprint and promote biodiversity in the vineyards. This includes using organic and biodynamic farming practices, using renewable energy sources, and reducing waste and water usage.