THE SLOPES OF THE CHAMPAGNE REGION
THE MARNE VALLEY
Our vineyard is located to the west of the Champagne winemaking region which is where the Meunier grape thrives: the Marne Valley. In harmony with this unique terroir with its mainly sand and clay soils, we grow Meunier (49%), Chardonnay (28%), and in smaller quantities Pinot Noir (23%) grapes.
Our 7.5-hectare vineyard stretches over the villages of Château-Thierry and d’Essômes-sur-Marne. We also own two historical vineyards in the village of Leuvrigny, next to Épernay, home of Robert Lété and Liliane Vautrain.
Getting the best from our plots begins their utmost care. As such, year after year, we strive towards more environmentally respectful practices for our vineyards and soils.
Thinking about what we do according to the resources which are naturally available in our ecosystem (interplanting, protecting crops from wild animals, and soil fertility).
Reducing our environmental impact (greenhouse gases, limiting inputs, and protecting water resources).
Preserving the local biodiversity and the diversity of the landscape, and, in particular, by restoring hedges and fallow land which surround our plots.