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The Gratiot-Delugny Champagne house is located in Crouttes sur Marne in the Marne Valley, between Reims, Paris and Epernay, where we are harvested and handled from father to son. We vinify, mushroom and market the grapes from our vines. The vineyard extends over 3 communes: Crouttes sur Marne, Nanteuil sur Marne and Charly sur Marne. On the....Lire plus Learn more
The Gratiot-Delugny Champagne house is located in Crouttes sur Marne in the Marne Valley, between Reims, Paris and Epernay.
At the estate, we are harvesters and handlers from father to son. We vinify, mushroom and market the grapes from our vines. The vineyard extends over 3 communes: Crouttes sur Marne, Nanteuil sur Marne and Charly sur Marne. On the 10 hectares of cultivated vines, we have clay-limestone soils. The sunshine varies according to the communes where the plot is located, which gives us champagnes with significantly different characteristics.
We cultivate the three most represented grape varieties in Champagne: Chardonnay, Pinots Noir and Meunier. They are equally but above all harmoniously distributed over the vineyard according to the sunshine. We can add to this list the Petit Meslier, a grape with small white grapes, in AOC since 1908, which has disappeared in most of the neighbouring vineyards. We pay particular attention to this grape variety and make it a fine wine aged in oak barrels.
In 1889, Jules Gratiot and Louise Delugny, both from Champagne families, created Maison Gratiot-Delugny. Still harvesting and handling, it is today Emile Gratiot who teaches his son David the gestures and methods that make Champagne wine unique.
David, who studied viticulture, is now developing the vineyard and masters the specificities of each plot:
- Chardonnay, which covers a third of the vineyard, offers fine and elegant champagnes
,- Pinot Meunier, which is present in just under half of the vineyard, expresses its fruity and fresh
,- Pinot Noir, which accounts for a small quarter of the estate, brings structure and power to the champagne.
The Gratiot-Delugny house is not just champagne! You will have the opportunity to taste here our Ratafia, our Fine de la Marne and our Vieux Marc, brandies at 50°.