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This Champagne house is perhaps the best known, and now part of the group Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessey (LVMH) group. Steeped in history since founder Claude Moët founded it in 1743, it was Claude’s grandson Jean-Rémy Moët, who seized the opportunities, ensured the success of Champagne as a prestigious wine and that the family name would always be associated as the number one brand in what is arguably the most famous wine region in the world.
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