The Pierre Gimonnet & Fils winery is deeply linked to the French Champagne region: in fact, it is located in the Côte des Blancs area, considered a true kingdom in the production of fine wines since the time of the Roman Empire . The company was founded in the 20th century on the initiative of Pierre Gimonnet and his sons, united by a passion for delicate Champagnes and at the same time endowed with a strong personality. The uniqueness of the products is primarily due to the organic method relied on, which requires the use of natural fertilizers for the vineyards and the total exclusion of chemical fertilizers. In this way, genuine champagnes are obtained, the result of the reconciliation between the techniques of the past and modern eco-sustainability. The most used grape variety at the Pierre Gimonnet & Fils winery is Chardonnay, named after the town of the same name in Burgundy, symbol of the Champagne region, but actually widespread in every area of the world. These are white grapes from which products with freshness, liveliness and elegance are obtained. Champagne Brut Blanc de Blancs is obtained from the pure Chardonnay grape, without the addition of secondary elements, while Rosé de Blancs includes approximately 12% of Pinot Noir black grapes. The Champagne Special Club is also famous, a wine of great elegance and much appreciated by critics and enthusiasts.