Champagne Rémy Massin et fils is the result of a traditional know-how inherited from the last five generations of wine-growers. Louis-Aristide was born in 1865 and was one of the first one to trust viticulture. He had to face the Phylloxera crisis which happened in 1894 in Ville-sur-Arce. All the vineyards were infected that means no crop for several years but Louis-Aristide fought against Phylloxera by grafting vines onto disease-resistant rootstock.
Louis-Aristide had a son named Marius. Even if vines were not a good business at that time, Marius was enterprising and took out a loan to extend the vineyard.
Then comes a wine grower family line from whom Rémy, Marius’son, a dynamic man who decided to no longer sell his crop but to begin making his wine as "Récoltant Manipulant" (grower-producer).
Rémy created the brand Champagne Rémy Massin et fils in 1974. He was joined by his children Sylvère, who studied viticulture oenology, and Florence, who took charge of the administrative part of the business, the export and the shipment management.