You may or may not be surprised to learn that there are about 5,000 different champagne producers in total. The names of a few famous brands are probably well-known to you, but what about all the others? Have you ever wondered what they’re like and where to find them?
Well, many of these lesser-known champagnes are absolutely fabulous and each one of them has a unique and truly wonderful story behind it that not only differentiates it from other champagnes, but also makes it even more fun to discover.

If you’d like to find out more about these ‘great little’ champagnes then you’ll love My Man In Champagne.

We live and work out here in the heart of the Champagne region and have got to know dozens, of these hidden gems. Now we want to help guide you on a journey through Champagne, discovering these spectacular producers and their exquisite champagnes which you may otherwise never discover on your own.  

Along this journey, we’ll be adding to the range of champagnes that you can find here. You can watch videos of the champagne producers talking about their own distinct champagnes, unique family history, and other interesting stories which distinguish each of the champagne producers you will find on My Man In Champagne.

Soon we plan to add a forum where you can take part in discussions on a champagne forum and put questions directly to the champagne producers themselves.

In fact discovering new champagnes on My Man In Champagne is almost like being here in Champagne yourself. You can really get to know each champagne producer and if you want to know where you can buy their specific champagne we’ll help you out with that too.

You’ll find lots more on My Man In Champagne  such as what’s going on here in Champagne and of course tasting events, both in Champagne and elsewhere, so if you know of a champagne event taking place near you, let us know and we’ll publicise it for you.

You’ll find an array of articles covering a wide range of topics on champagne and even a reference library that you can use to clear up any questions you may have about champagne: the king of wines!

If you’re in the wine trade there’s even a section especially for you. Many of the champagne producers featured on My Man In Champagne are looking to expand their exports so if that interests you, just contact us by e-mail or telephone and we’ll put you in touch with just the right producer for you.

So please enjoy browsing through these pages, take a look at the forum and do watch those videos. Last but not least, please send us your feedback, questions and comments so we can provide you with exactly what you’re looking for.

Stay Bubbly,

The My Man In Champagne Team