If you've done your research – or even if you haven't – you'll know only too well that winning 27th place in the fabled Top 50 best Champagnes is something of a monumental achievement. This mark of excellence, bestowed by the Revue du Vin de France, is much coveted and one which the two brothers who founded Mumm probably had no idea they would one day be in the running for.
Beginning the House of G.H. Mumm in 1827, the pair focused on their job with a steely determination, and so it should come as no surprise that Mumm is, in fact, the third most loved Champagne brand in over 100 worldwide countries. Oh, and we should also say that they're the market leaders in France, too, although we highly doubt that will come as much of a shock!
As big as they come, and with a historic legacy behind them which can easily compete with any of the other top Champagne brands, this House strive for quality as well as quality. Producing an immense 8 million or so bottles every single year, as much as 60% are sent out of the country and end up in lands far and wide.