Located in the heart of the Côte des Bar, in the southeast of the Champagne region, our vineyards lay approximately 8 hectares of the AOC designation (Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée).
Nestled in a hilly landscape, our vineyard offers a spectacular panorama where vines, forests, and crops coexist harmoniously. Our vines are planted in clay-limestone soil, providing an ideal water reserve for their growth. The climate, combining continental and oceanic influences, provides sunshine and a conducive environment for the grape’s development. Weather and climate conditions have an essential role in the vine’s cycle, and it is our responsibility to collaborate with nature to ensure optimal management of our vineyard and harvests.
In order to preserve biodiversity and the environment, we embrace a sustainable viticulture approach. Our goal is to ensure the vineyard’s sustainability while protecting the ecosystem and human beings. We work and maintain our vines in a way to gives back to nature everything it provides us, adopting environmentally friendly practices.
Our grapes varieties
Our vineyard is dedicated exclusively to the Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes that form the basis of our champagnes.
Chardonnay is distinguished by its great delicacy and sumptuous golden robe, offering fruity, tart, and floral aromas. Over the years, it evolved towards more complex notes of candied fruit, toasted hints, and brioche The predominance of this grape variety in the elaboration of our different cuvées gives them a great balance of finesse, elegance and lightness, which is what makes them so distinctive.
As for Pinot Noir, it distinguishes itself with a more intense color and a rich aromatic palette of red and black fruits. It evolves with aromas of nuts, candied fruits, and spices. This grape variety is the most planted in Champagne, and it expresses particularly in the heart of the Côte des Bar. A distinctive feature of champagne lies in its white winemaking process, where slow and gradual pressing of the grapes allows for obtaining colorless juice while extracting only the delicate flavors of the grape.