About Jerome Prevost
Jerome's winemaking journey began in 1998, when he inherited his grandmother's two-hectare estate in the Montagne de Reims village of Gueux. Initially, he sold his grapes to other producers, but with the encouragement of his mentor, Anselme Selosse (of Jacques Selosse), he decided to make his own wine. Today, Jerome continues to make wine on his own terms, with a modern winery and home built on the edge of his vineyard.
Unlike traditional Champagne producers, Jerome makes single vineyard, varietal, and vintage wines. He is known for breaking the mold, and has been described as "one of Champagne's most fascinating young growers" by the Wine Advocate. If you're an enthusiast of fine Champagnes, a bottle of Jerome Prevost's Champagne is a must-have for your collection.