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Jerome Blin is located in the Marne Valley in the small village of Vincelles. It is a co-operative of growers that was formed at the end of the 2nd World War by Henri Blin.

In March 1947, twenty eight wine producers combined their resources to establish the co-operative. The co-operative today incorporates more than 100 grape growers, all of whom are located in the Marne Valley. The Marne Valley is one of the largest producers of Pinot Meunier and Pinot Noir in the Champagne region. Pinot Meunier is the backbone of most Non Vintage Champagnes while Pinot Noir plays an integral part of many Vintage Champagnes. Whilst Jerome Blin is a small producer it commands great respect in Britain (one of it's major export markets).

Today the champagne of Jerome Blin is made by Tony Rasselet. Tony is one of the most innovative and progressive winemakers in Champagne. This is reflected in the exceptional quality of the Champagnes produced at Jerome Blin.

Champagnes imported from Jerome Blin include;

Brut Reserve, and the Vintage champagne. Rosé and Blanc de Blancs are available on request.

Henri Blin’s Grandson’s, from left, Jerome and Simon Blin with winemaker Tony Rasselet.
Henri Blin’s Grandsons, from left, Jerome and Simon Blin with winemaker Tony Rasselet.

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