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The vineyard stretches from the Ardre Valley to the Aisne via the Marne Valley.

With plots in 6 villages in the Marne Valley (Montigny sous Châtillon, Châtillon sur Marne, Binson-Orquigny, Reuil, Venteuil and Cerseuil), 1 village in the Ardre Valley (Serzy et Prin) and 1 village in the Aisne (Mont St Père).

In a radius of 25km around Montigny, the different slopes enable the vineyard to grow the 3 Champagne grape varieties, Pinot Meunier (black grapes), the main variety cultivated in the Marne Valley, Pinot Noir, (black grapes) and Chardonnay (white grapes). The vineyard is made up of around 70% Pinot Meunier, 20% Pinot Noir and 10% Chardonnay.


To obtain the highest possible quality of grape, all the work in the vines and winemaking is done locally and exclusively by hand, and out of respect for the environment, the vineyard uses integrated pest control methods on the estate.

Champagne only comes from Champagne, France

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