What better place could there be to discover this exceptional wine than in the heart of the Champagne wine Lands.
Follow us through the vineyards to discover:
Champagne often copied but never equalled
Did you know ? Seven varieties are authorized in Champagne: the three most known and used are Chardonnay (white grape), Pinot Noir (black grape with white juice) and Meunier (black grape with white juice). The other four are: Petit Meslier, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris and Arbanne. (All 4 white grapes)
We take care of the vines throughout the year: the size, binding, lifting, tying, etc
Climate risks, diseases, fungi and pests
Phylloxera,an insect that, from 1887, has completely destroyed the ancestral Champagne
the differents steps, the choice of grape variety and rootstock
The different sizes of the vine
Nearly 312 million bottles of Champagne were sold in 2015
Through sustainable farming the Champagne preserves its environment.
Registration of « Coteaux, houses and cellars of Champagne » on the list of UNESCO World Heritage