The nineteenth Century was a time when everything was new and exciting, and in terms of Champagne culture, this was a golden-age for innovation and newness in every respect. Veuve Reuther marks the beginnings of the House which would forever bear his name, and the location of the Reims mountain combines with this to create a powerful image that is recognisable to many Champagne lovers today.
Since then, Charles Reuther – followed by his widow – has worked hard to continue the style of the House in the most appropriate way possible. The personality of Veuve Reuther Champagne is marked most strongly by aromas derived from all three of the traditional Champagne grapes, and the price of Champagne from this House is known to be great value for money. Indeed, Champagne fit for every occasion from a House that really cares.