Four Champagne families to choose from!
The Vauversin family have been making Champagne in the Grand Cru village of Oger since 1640. Bruno Vauversin and his son Laurent are the current custodians and produce an outstanding array
of critically acclaimed Champagnes. Bruno and Laurent's attitude to their winemaking is to try to be less intrusive and simpler, to allow the full flavour of the Chardonnay grape to assert itself
and to showcase the unique terroir of their 3ha vineyard on the Côte des Blancs escarpment. More...
Jean Plener and his daughter Maud follow the tradition of their preceding five generations in making Champagnes of undoubted quality. Their vineyards of 5.5 hectares are split into 18 plots in and around the Grand Cru village of Bouzy. Bouzy sits at the foot of the south facing slopes of the Montagne de Reims, elevated above the river Marne and just a ten minute drive from Epernay. These sunny chalky slopes More...
Bernard Pertois is a small family business producing Champagne in the village of Le Mesnil sur Oger for ten generations with the vineyard dating back to 1650. Patrick Pertois is the current custodian with 4.5 hectares of Grand Cru vineyards in le Mesnil sur Oger. He produces his own fine range of Grand Cru Champagnes and also sells his produce to some well known and highly prestigious Champagne Houses. More...
The Rousseaux family is well represented in the Grand Cru village of Verzenay. Great grandpa Rousseaux and his forbears had been grape farmers for generations but in 1920 he decided to make champagne under his own name. Celine Rousseaux currently runs the original entity producing some outstanding Pinot Noir and Chardonnay Champagnes.
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