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Champagne Guy Charbaut
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Certified High Environmental Value and Sustainable Viticulture in Champagne, our Domaine is located in Reuil, in the heart of the Marne valley between Epernay and Reims, on clay and limestone soils, we have three different varieties of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay spread over 8 hectares of vines mainly facing south. From the cultivation of the vine to the elaboration of the vine....Lire plus Learn more
Certified High Environmental Value and Sustainable Viticulture in Champagne, our Domaine is located in Reuil, in the heart of the Marne valley between Epernay and Reims, on clay and limestone soils, we have three different varieties of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay spread over 8 hectares of vines mainly facing south. From the cultivation of the vine to the production of champagne, we work in harmony with nature. To offer you optimum quality, we have a Coquard press, renowned for its juice extraction quality; we also have a temperature-controlled stainless steel vat room to produce quality wines. The elaboration of the blends of the different vintages are the result of Lydia's know-how.
Handling harvesting winegrowers, from the fourth generation of Champagne Billard. To continue to honour the work of our predecessors, we have built a Domain in the heart of the vineyards, in order to be able to welcome champagne lovers as well as possible. You can also find in the estate 5 charming guest rooms and a miniature museum retracing all the work of the vine and wine from 1910 to 1940. In addition to the construction of this estate, we have chosen to set up our own pressing centre in order to be able to produce our champagne from A to Z. This has allowed us to be able to develop our Champagne. And we are now part of the closed circle of independent winegrowers. Our predecessors have always worked in harmony with nature, we have continued their work by improving it with the aim of becoming an HVE farm in the very near future. In addition, our estate remains a family business where my father advises me and brings his point of view as often as necessary.
For Lydia and myself, being a winegrower is above all a passion, a love of nature and creation. To be a winegrower is to have the duty to maintain your vines through pruning, tying, training, trimming, feeding and protecting them from disease, then harvesting at the precise moment when the grapes are at their peak. Squeezing the grapes and then comes the magic side of our job to transform grape juice into Champagne. By playing on different blends with different scents and flavours that we will only discover later. This profession that is ours and that we have chosen is a profession that we have seen since our youngest years with our parents, our grandparents and great grandparents; they have communicated to us this love of the vine, and all their know-how. We bring a touch of innovation, but we remain committed to our family values. Since the grape press, our wines are pampered, for example do not be surprised to hear music in our winery, we realized that the wine worked better when classical music was in the background. What transports us to the world of wine is the diversity and the different ways in which the different appellations are used to create wine. Moreover, wine brings people closer together, it must be said that it is easier to make friends over a glass of wine. However, nowadays, more and more small farms have to stop, an unfortunate thing triggered by the new laws, the new standards are being put in place and very expensive for small farms. This is sad in an environment where being a winegrower is above all a passion since it is not possible to be able to do this job properly without loving it.