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Located in the commune of Argançon, Champagne Claude Farfelan is one of the only farms to work all its plots in chenillard. Renowned for the quality of its Pinot Noir, Arg...Lire plus Learn more
Located in the commune of Argançon, Champagne Claude Farfelan is one of the only farms to work all its plots in chenillard. Renowned for the quality of its Pinot Noirs, Argançon is a small village in the Landion valley on the Côte des Bars.
This part of the champagne is famous for its many hillsides facing South, South East which produce a quarter of the champagne production.
So don't hesitate to discover the wines from this real family estate which, in addition to making quality champagne, fights for causes that are close to their hearts!
The estate was created in 1974 by Claude and Anne-Marie Farfelan. But the vine is a family story that goes back much longer than that since the first Farfelans to cultivate the vine began in 1740, followed by a line of winegrowers until 1930.
The estate was created in 1974 by Claude and Anne-Marie Farfelan. In 2008, Laurent Farfelan joined forces with his parents to finally take over the business in 2012 with his wife. Together, they practice integrated viticulture, where each intervention on the vine is carefully considered in order to limit its impact on nature. Their daughter being diabetic, they donate 2€ to diabetes research for each bottle of the Margot cuvée sold.
In 2018, the family business was rewarded for its work with the "sustainable viticulture" certification.
The particularity of our estate is based on our hillsides. The majority of our plots reach up to 55% altitude difference, with a majority exposure to the South, South-East and South-East, allowing us to have a very good maturity and very typical champagnes!