An exceptional vineyard

Hautvillers, Cradle of Champagne

Since 4 July 2015, the Coteaux, Maisons et Caves de Champagne have been listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The Hautvillers wine-growing hillsides are one of the three sites that bear witness to this. This site is emblematic of the Champagne wine cirques. At the heart of this amphitheatre, the village of Hautvillers is established above the chalky hillside surmounted by layers of clay and sand. This subsoil gives the champagne wines from which they are made a great aromatic richness.
Cellarer at the Abbey of Hautvillers, the Benedictine monk Dom Pierre Pérignon discovered the secrets of champagne making.

A viticulture that respects the environment

The different plots of our vineyard are situated on the slopes of Hautvillers, the cradle of Champagne, on a terroir classified as Premier Cru.
The three Champagne grape varieties, Pinot Noir, Meunier and Chardonnay, are cultivated there and each one brings a particular structure to the different champagnes.
Concerned about our impact on the environment, we manage our vineyard in a reasoned way by limiting the use of phytosanitary products and by using natural grass cover. We are attentive and at the service of our vines so that they offer us the most beautiful grapes.
Our approach is now recognised by the double certification Sustainable Viticulture in Champagne and High Environmental Value approach.

See below our harvest 2021 !