Champagne House Jeeper has its roots dating back to the 18th century, but its 1949 where the story takes hold. It was then that the son of Victor Goutorbe, Armand Goutorbe set about producing his own Champagne following the end of the Second World War.

The name “Jeeper” was given to him in honour of the American Jeep he was given by the local authorities to help him get about his vineyards. It helped him get up and down the steep slopes with ease, and so the Jeep gve him the name of his Champagne – Jeeper.

Champagne Jeeper is a premium product, the Champagnes are of a true quality. Some 35 hectares land are owned with additional grapes supplied from 180 hectares owned by partners. Approximately 2.5 million bottles are now produced.