List of products by brand Pommery
As is sometimes the case, the House of Pommery started in a way that promised nothing of a great legacy in Champagne-making. 1836 was the year when Narcisse Greno started a wool business, but it wasn't for another twenty years – and until Alexandre Louis Pommery joined him – that Pommery began its quest for the very best Champagne.
Sadly, it was Alexandre's death that marked this prestigious event, but soon the sadness gave way to a promising future. Soon, Narcisse's wife seized control of the House and it was thanks to her that Champagne production began with a new era of cultivating vines and dedicating time to making what many think of as their favourite bubbly.
Modernization and moving with the times was, of course, pivotal to the House's new and evolving ethos. This led to a spark of interest which soon ignited into passion from various parties, and thanks to yet more revolutionary ideas, the future of Pommery seemed to be secure...
One of these ideas was down to image: Mrs Pommery decided on a drastic approach to change, and made the choice to erect Elizabethan style buildings on a plain area of land that, at the time, had very little to show for itself. The year of 1870 also saw a tidal-wave of change for the better. A Tudor-style venue was constructed, entirely true to form, and it was hoped that this ode to the sentiments of British customers would mark a new found loyalty from overseas. Of course, Pommery champagne didn't stop here: they went the whole hog, digging tunnels and hiring miners to create what is now the location of a splendid House with much to offer. As a result, the cellars are some of the best anywhere for feeding Champagne with exactly the right conditions it needs to thrive and survive.