At the beginning of the 20th century, Charles Gonet originally from Vertus, moved to Le Mesnil sur Oger for his wedding, his wife being from Oger. Together they had 2 children, including Jacques, with whom they established and developed the Côte des Blancs vineyard.
Jacques and Antoinette Gonet as Chetillons le Mesnil on OgerChetillons le Mesnil on Oger 1917Chetillons le Mesnil on Oger 1917
In 1958, Jacques and his wife Micheline acquired the Montgueux lands, which considerably expanded the estate and its potential to produce wines of high quality, sought after by wine lovers. The Cuvée de Montgueux (100% Chardonnay) is now dedicated to them.
Perfectly imbued with the winegrowers' know-how, Vincent the grandson continues the tradition with his wife Davy Sulcova. In 1985, they set up their headquarters in the very heart of the Champagne capital, Epernay. Together, the couple created a name: Gonet Sulcova; and created a range of champagne cuvées around a meal. Vincent is in charge of winemaking in Epernay and marketing, while Davy manages the work in the vineyard.
Today, the fourth generation has joined them. Their children, Karla and Yan-Alexandre, now share the tasks.