The magnificence of the territory and strength of climate.
The family vineyard situated near to Reims, in the heart of the valley of the Arde stretches over 9 hectares.
Implanted in “Coteaux”, the vines find a rich fertile earth thanks to a sub-calcareous soil covered with a fine strain of clay. In Champagne the vines highly benefit from the oceanic influence and the low temperatures this leads to a slow and moderate maturation of the berries. The juices thus present the fundamental characteristics of champagne wines: finesse and freshness
On this family vineyard it is the nature of the land that guided the selection of the most suitable grape varieties: pinot noir, meunier and chardonnay. Pinot noir gives the wine aromas of red fruits; it is the varietal which brings together both the body and the power.
The pinot meunier is supple and fruity. Its bouquet is intense: it evolves more quickly in time and gives the wine a full roundness.
The Chardonnay is the varietal of finesse. When young, it offers floral and sometimes mineral notes to the wines. Its slow evolution makes it an ideal complement for aging wines and champagnes.