Our vineyards in Champagne

Calcareous soil, a significant storehouse of heat, and the climate, alternating between the gentle Atlantic and rugged Continent are what make for unique Champagne wine-growing territory.

The vines are tended throughout the year, and, as winter draws to a close, the plants are pruned, and only the most promising shoots are left to grow. These branches are guided so that the sun can reach the grapes and help them grow to full ripeness.

The grapes are harvested exclusively by hand, so that the best bunches can be selected and kept intact.

Three varietals are gathered:

• Chardonnay, for a touch of finesse and vivaciousness,

• Pinot Noir, for its full body and depth,

• Pinot Meunier, which is round and fruity.






Sparkling Wine


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