The history of the Maison Roger Constant Lemaire goes back to the late 19th century in Hautvillers, birthplace of Champagne and cradle of the Lemaire family.
As Désiré Lemaire, gardener and poet, purchases a vineyard in Hautvillers in 1890, did he know at the time that a family tradition was born and would continue to this day?
Roger Constant Lemaire, his grandson and son of Maurice Lemaire, was a visionary who understood the importance of assembling different grape varieties to create a quality champagne.
1930 is the official year in which the family champagne is produced for the first time. In 1945 sees the birth of Champagne Roger Constant Lemaire headed by Roger Constant. The initial vienyard will be extended gradually over the years to the surrounding vineyards.
Today, with its 12 hectares, Champagne Constant Roger Lemaire, is still family run and exported to many countries.
Today with its 12 hectares of vineyards, Champagne Roger-Constant Lemaire, still family operated exports to several countries. A modernized production while retaining and observing its tradition. The vineyard are spread across several areas on the sunny slopes of the Marne Valley : Cumières, Hautvillers, Reuil, Binson-Orquigny, and Troissy Leuvrigny.