The cuvées
Cordon Bleu
With a dominant of Pinot Noir, the Cordon Bleu range shows roundness and a certain vinosity, characteristic of this grape variety.
The cuvées
Wine of the Princes, Prince of wines. Princes cuvée, first made its appearance in 1850, and is said to have been exclusively produced for the Princes of Orange. At the time, the Royal Family of Holland used a decanter to serve Champagne in order to remove sediment from it. In 1961, the owner of de Venoge decided to use this decanter shape to produce their emblematic bottle. The Princes result from a careful selection of grapes from the best crus of Champagne. They are characterized by their elegance and freshness underlined by a subtle bitterness.
The cuvées
Louis XV
On May 25th 1728, Louis XV issued a decree allowing only wines of Champagne to be both shipped and commercialised in bottles, marking the birth of Champagne as we know it today. The Cuvées Louis XV, only made from Grands Crus and in the best vintages, represent the quintessence of the House's know-how.
Gift boxes
Cordon Bleu Brut
Cordon Bleu Extra brut
Cordon Bleu Brut Rosé
Princes Blanc de Blancs
Princes Blanc de Noirs
Princes Extra Brut
Princes Rosé
Coffret chapeau
Coffret prestige
Louis XV Vintage
Louis XV Rosé Vintage
coffret Louis XV with 2 glasses

The Vinotheque

An exceptional collection

Rich of an exceptional vinotheque, de Venoge is one of the very few Champagne Houses to offer such a collection of old vintages to connoisseurs. Disgorgement and delivery on request - 4 to 8 weeks-delay - Very limited quantities

BottlesMagnums
Vintages
1979
1980
1983
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1999
2000
2002


Louis XV
1995
1996
Vin des princes
1983
1985
1989
1990
1992
1993

Blanc de Blancs
1970
1983
1996
2000
2006
Vintages
1988
1989
1990
1991
1993
1996

Louis XV
1996
Rosé
1973
1977
1989

Blanc de Blancs
1977
1978