G. H. Mumm Champagne
G. H. Mumm Champagne
THE CHAMPAGNE PRODUCER G. H. MUMM WAS FOUNDED IN 1827 IN RHEIMS. HIS CUVÉE IS MUMM DE CRAMANT.
G. H. MUMM BELONGS TO FAMILY GROUP PERNOD-RICARD.
The House of Mumm was founded in 1827 by the three German brothers Gottlieb, Jacobus and Philipp Mumm. They named it after their father, the banker and wine merchant Peter Arnold Mumm, who came from Solingen and who had been producing and selling wine in Cologne since 1761. Peter Arnold Mumm had made great profits by wine speculation with the so-called "comet vintage" (after Halley's comet) of Johannisberg castle. After the death of Gottlieb Mumm, in 1852, there was a split into the two companies G. H. Mumm & Co. (after Gottlieb Mumm's son Georg Hermann) and Jules Mumm & Co. (after Jacobus Mumm's son Julius Engelbert). Jules Mumm used the fame of the red ribbon of the Legion of Honour in his company as a recognition mark for the Mumm brand; the "Cordon Rouge" brand was born. In 1910, G. H. Mumm & Co. acquired the rights to the Jules Mumm brand. Tirage cellar of G. H. Mumm (1879) After the outbreak of the First World War, the Mumm family, which had never taken French citizenship, was expropriated and went back to Germany. In 1920, the Société G. H. Mumm was transformed into Rheims was newly founded. Two years later, the sparkling wine house Mumm & Co. was founded in Frankfurt am Main. During the German occupation of France, the Mumm family took over the management of G. H. Mumm. After the Second World War, the champagne house and the sparkling wine house went their separate ways again. In 1970, the Canadian beverage company Seagram took over both companies. In 2001, Seagram sold the spirits division including the champagne brand G. H. Mumm to Pernod Ricard. The Mumm sparkling wine house with the Mumm, Jules Mumm, and MM Extra brands was founded on January 16. 2002 was taken over by Rotkäppchen and the name Mumm was incorporated into the new company name Rotkäppchen-Mumm Sektkellereien.
G.H. Mumm et Cie - Société Vinicole de Champagne
29, rue du Champ de Mars
Reims 51100 France
Phone: +33 (0)1 55 47 23 23