We have been growing vines for 200 years.
Originally, the Dagonet family's ancestors cultivated vines to sell their grapes on to the leading champagne houses.
It was in 1938, after some difficult years (affected by Phylloxera and the economic crisis), that Jérôme's great-grandfather, René Uzanne, took over the running of the business and began marketing their champagne.
Jérôme Dagonet takes to the helm
Following the marriage of Martine LOPEZ and Jean-Claude DAGONET in 1973, the estate's land area increased to 3.5 hectares under full ownership.
Then in 2012, proud to take to the helm, their son, Jérôme, who had been passionate about this work since his childhood, took charge of the business. These family traditions continue to delight our palates and will do the same for many generations to come.
A legacy dating back to 1822
Maison DAGONET & Fils has developed through the generations, each of them leaving their own mark as far back as 1822.
Cultivating vines is a family affair that has been handed down for over 200 years.