Our Producers

A little more about our craft champagne producers


This old family from the valley of the Marne is full of unique and strong characters whose mission is to gaurd tradition and ancestral values. Crazily attached to the authenticity and savoir-faire of former generations, they hold onto these ideals: sense of collectivity, roots, and hard work. They chose to work in a mostly manual fashion, turning over 50,000 bottles each year by hand from their 9 hectacres.

Working with all three main grape varieties, they have freshly undergone the passage of the maison from parents to brother and sister along with their own children.


Boulard Bauquaire

His father Denis chose to settle with his 2 brothers in Cormicy in 1960 because of the quality of the soil. This terroir is about only 800 hectares and comprises of 15 villages where you can only find small producers.

Its soil is uniquely surface sand with a limestone base. This gives a unique specificity to their wines of fruity aromas with a lot of freshness.

They grow 8 hectares of vineyards spread over different areas : Massif de Saint Thierry (village of Cormicy and Hermonville), Montagne de Reims (village of Trépail), Vallée de la Marne (Village of Monthurel and La Neuville aux Larris.

Today they combine know-how and modernity. They produce their wines according to the principle of sustainable viticulture.



The land has always guided the family. Over two hundred years of winemaking and farming have sculpted this family-run brand and expertise.

It's only natural that it's their main source of inspiration when it comes to creating vintages. This land isn't set in stone: from village to village, plot to plot, it changes color, texture, aroma...

From the winery based in Vertus, a Côte des Blancs Premier Cru village, they explore their hillside vineyards in search of new emotions, inspirations and creations to share with you from their land.



Since 1929, 4 generations of women and men sustain this Champagne house.

Their vines express themselves on the terroirs of Coteaux Sud d’Epernay, the Côte des Blancs, and the Vallée de la Marne.

The perfect harmony of the characteristics and aromas of Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier and Pinot Noir are identified in their cuvés and attest to the typicity and elegance of their Champagnes. They use a traditional vertical wooden press, stainless steel vats, and oak barrels to extract the subtle nectars from their grapes and carry out vinifications of great finesse -- the key to creating exceptional Champagnes.


Douard Christian

This family house of two generations is situated in the heart of the valley of the Marne in the village of la Chapelle Monthodon where they create their Champagnes Tradition and Prestige since 1960 and blancs de blancs since 2007.

In the beginning, their grapes were exclusively reserved for Veuve Cliquot. In 1980, the producer's parents launched thier label with the help of a co-operative. Since 2016, they have become independant and produce champagnes that are in line with their image and values.

Their house eploits a little more than 4.5 hectares of mostly pinot meunier and Chardonnay.


Gaston Révolte

Champagne Gaston Révolte in a family business that passes down traditional know-how in line with nature. With respect to each, they still work on their vines with a plow. Their trademark horses work as part of the team in the vineyards.

The grape varieties from their Premier Cru vineyards, principally situated in Avenay Val d’Or, are 90% Pinot Noir and 10% Chardonnay. This mix of grape variety allows them to create fruity wines with a magnificently golden color.

Their attentive vinification and perfect slow aging in their cellars gives you the joy of tasting their generous and award-winning products.


Gilbert Leseurre

Growing up with his parents and grandparents in the vines, Gilbert started cultivating his own vines in 1979 in the Côte des Bar thanks to the support and faith of his parents.

He now has 7 hectacres that are divided up into 17 different completely parcels, in Arrentières, Colombé-le-Sec, Voigny et Rouvres-les-Vignes. This gives him the ability to capitilze on the different soils and orientations that give his wine profiles exceptionally clear characteristics.

He also has two holiday home rentals.



Their Champagne house is situated on the tourist route of Champagne, in Condé-en-Brie, in the heart of the vignoble champenois in the valley of Surmelin. They are midway between Reims, Paris and Epernay in the region viticole "Vallée de la Marne".

Their cuvèes are principly low in sugar dosage and express their years of know how.

They welcome visitors for tastings or a walk in the vineyards -- it is with pleasure they present their cuvées and know-how...and always a smile.


Jacques Copin

Over a century of winemaking in Verneuil and Vandieres, passed down from father to son.

Bruno Copin's great-grandfather Alfred bought 520m2 of vineyards in Vandieres in 1903. Bruno's grandparents Maurice and Auguste took the reins a few decades lateand planted the first vines .

From 1963, Bruno's father Jacques and his mother Anne-Marie expanded and founded the Jacques Copin brand. Bruno and his wife Marielle decided to join the Copin winery adventure in 199 and are proud to be part of the legacy alongside his children Lucile and Mathieu . This Champagnes is imbued with history, emotion, values and, most importantly, pleasure and passion.


Jacques Rousseaux

Situated in Verzenay, one of the orginal 3 Grand Cru villages, is this family Champagne house on one of the most famous soils on the mountain of Reims. Noted in the archives of the village from 1776 is François Rousseaux. Paul Rousseaux, born in 1884, was one of the first who independently started making his own Champagne.

In the 1960s, Jacques took over the family vines with his wife Bernadette and developed the production for 30 years. Since 2001, Céline and Eric, two of their three children have taken over this historical champagne house.

Fresh, complex, typicaly saline, and minimally dosed, their Champagnes let the terroir speak.



Their champagne house is situated on the Tourist Route of Champagne in Crouttes-sur-Marne, in the region viticole "Vallée de la Marne Ouest," mid-way between Reims and Paris.

They exploit about 4 hectacres of vines in A.O.C Champagne, with thirty parcels split between Charly-sur-Marne, Crouttes-sur-Marne, Nanteuil-sur-Marne, and Villiers-saint-Denis. This allows them to create subtle assemblies with characteristics specific from the Crouttes-sur-Marne terroir.

They produce about 20,000 bottles each year in the same cellar in their grandparents house that is now their family's home.


M. Brismontier

The Brismontier Huet family has been marketing their champagne since 1922. Owning 3 hectares of vines until recently, they recently joined forces with a neighboring family to revive the brand -- as part of Michel's retirement project!

The vineyard is made up of some 21 plots mainly planted with pinot meunier.


M. Marcoult

Nestled in the little known region of the côte de Sezanne, this gourmand and eco-responsible (HVE) family work in innovative and original ways since 1967. They shop local, make their own barrels, and follow the best organic practices. For Florence and Julien, balanced and tense, they work together to make good wine, because before there is good Champagne there is good wine. All their Champagnes have big, bold characters, perfect for foodies like themselves.


Olivier Horiot

In the Côte des Bar, in the village of Les Riceys, their wines are always made with Pinot Noir and are like their village, which was sometimes Burgundian, sometimes Champagne over the past centuries.

They are committed craftsman with their parcel vinification and aim to rediscover the vegetal vivacity and aromatic finesse of northern Pinot Noir.

With plantings of all seven permitted Champagnes grape varieties, their original range of vintage Champagne wines, are vinified and aged in oak barrels for 1 year on fine lees stirred in order to best reveal each vintage and its fruits as naturally as possible.