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Champagne Guy Charbaut
Champagne, Champagne,Champagne premier cru
The Guy Charbaut Champagne House is a family estate located in the heart of the best wines of the region...
Our vineyard is located in the commune of Montigny-sous-Châtillon, well established on the Champagne tourist route. On the right bank of the Marne, the vineyard extends over 15 hectares divided into 41 plots on 5 slopes. They are all close to the House and are composed of Pinot Meunier, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.Lire plus Learn more
Our vineyard is located in the commune of Montigny-sous-Châtillon, well established on the Champagne tourist route. On the right bank of the Marne, the vineyard extends over 15 hectares divided into 41 plots on 5 slopes. They are all close to the House and are composed of Pinot Meunier, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.
The exposure of our vineyard is particularly interesting since, in addition to a unique climate, we are exposed due south for the three grape varieties worked. Thanks to these special conditions, we are able to obtain a very good ripening of our grapes.
We have very old vines compared to the rest of the region: their average age is about 33 years. We therefore limit the yield of our vines so that we can grow ripe and tasty grapes that will produce good champagnes.
The Maison Charlier et Fils was born from my reunion of two families of Champagne winegrowers. The Charlier family and the Perrin family have, for several generations, innovated, created and developed the vineyard while passing on the know-how that is typical of the region.
Here you can appreciate the magnificent foudrerie created in the last century in huge barrels carved from oak. This tool, which we would not be able to recreate today, is used for the stage that gives champagne its character: conservation in oak tuns.
After admiring the sculptures made on the tuns, you can taste the fine bubbles inside these beautiful vaulted cellars.
Since 2016, we have been the winners of the final of the Concours Féminalise, which rewards the best wines in France. The particularity of this competition: the jury is composed exclusively of female oenologists. It is our Rosé de Saignée that, year after year, makes us win.