You could say that I was cradled in the vineyards. Son and grandson of a winegrower, since all time...
Champagne Olivier et...
Located on hillsides overlooking part of the Marne, near Château-Thierry, the vineyard...
The passion of the vine and the art of conviviality, this is what sums up the state of mind of...
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...
The vineyard is located in the Côte des Bar, in the south of the Champagne region, a hundred kilometres from Épernay. This terroir of character combines several natural factors that give our champagnes their unique character....Lire plus Learn more
The vineyard is located in the Côte des Bar, in the south of the Champagne region, a hundred kilometres from Épernay. This terroir of character combines several natural factors that give our champagnes their complexity and uniqueness. We only work with the two grape varieties that flourish fully in this terroir. Pinot Noir gives our champagnes rich fruit aromas, a lot of character and a beautiful structure. As for the Chardonnay, which is characterized by its suppleness and delicacy, it brings light and fresh aromas to our champagnes.
Charles Legend Champagnes were created thanks to the passion and determination of its founders who wanted to create innovative champagnes with very low sugar and sulphite content. These champagnes have been developed to meet the expectations of champagne lovers but also to allow new consumers to discover new fine and elegant champagnes.
The name "Charles Legend" echoes à?l 'influence of Charles II of England and the English on Champagne. Indeed, Charles II, then exiled in France, had a real love affair with Champagne wines and imported some to London on the occasion of his return in 1660. The English, who were used to bubbles (beer, cider ...), had corks and bottles more resistant than in France. They then developed the first foam in Champagne wine, by adding sugar from their colonies in the Caribbean. It was a real success that spread throughout Europe.