Located in subregion/area: Côte des Blancs / Val du Petit Morin
Vineyards and grape varieties: 6.7 hectares (16.6 acres), of which 57% Pinot Meunier, 30% Pinot Noir, and 13% Chardonnay.
Classification: “Autre cru” (84%)
Also called: Mondement
Google Maps view with all the villages in the Val du Petit Morin area highlighted. Étoges, the single premier cru village of the area, is in yellow and other villages, including Mondement-Montgivroux, in orange.
Clicking on a village opens a field to the left with a link to the village profile, if there is one.
Southsoutheast: Allemant (in the Sézannais area)
Southsouthwest: Broyes (in the Sézannais area)
Comment: some of the communes on the map are not part of the Champagne appellation and therefore don’t have any village profiles.
Mondement-Montgivroux is located south of Le Petit Morin, the river that has lended its name to the area.
The two-part name is the result of Montgivroux being merged into Mondement in 1845.
The Mondement-Montgivroux commune covers 737 hectares and has 41 inhabitants (as of 2013) referred to as Mondementais and Mondementaises.
Located in the commune is Monument national de la Victoire de la Marne, commemorating the first Marne battle in September 1914, during World War I.
The vineyards in Mondement-Montgivroux are located in a block just north of the village and consist of mild slopes. Pinot Meunier is the most common grape variety.
The current vineyard surface in the Mondement-Montgivroux commune is 6.7 hectares (16.6 acres). There are 3.8 ha Pinot Meunier (56.7%), 2.0 ha Pinot Noir (29.9%), and 0.9 ha Chardonnay (13.4%). Numbers from CIVC, as of 2013. In 1997, the vineyard surface was 7 ha. There are 2 vineyard owners (exploitants) in the commune.
I haven’t found any Champagne producer with their seat in Mondement-Montgivroux.
- Wikipedia about this village in English, in French.
- The Mondement-Montgivroux commune doesn’t have a website.
- UMC’s village profile of Mondement-Montgivroux.
- Vineyard map of Jouy-lès-Reims at weinlagen-info.de.
- The Swedish version of this post.
© Tomas Eriksson 2016, last update 2017-03-26