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Champagne Guy Charbaut
Champagne, Champagne,Champagne premier cru
La Maison de champagne Guy Charbaut est un domaine familial situé au cœur des meilleurs crus de ...
Located in the Western Marne Valley, our vineyard is mainly planted with Pinot Meunier. This grape variety is particularly popular on our clayey-limestone slopes. For several years now, and after many trial and error, we have been working in a more than rational way in viticulture, limiting our inputs as much as possible, working the soil under the rank of...Lire plus Learn more
Located in the Western Marne Valley, our vineyard is mainly planted with Pinot Meunier. This grape variety is particularly popular on our clayey-limestone slopes. For several years now, and after many trial and error, we have been working in a more than rational way in viticulture, limiting our inputs as much as possible, mechanically working the soil under the row, leaving all our rows grassed. This requires a good knowledge of its plots and vines, and we built our winemaking cellar and storage space in 2007. On this occasion, we planted 3 forgotten Champagne grape varieties in the Clos du Mont Dorin: Pinot Blanc, Arbanne and Petit Meslier. Assembled with Pinot Meunier, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, our champagnes thus vinified are very atypical and characteristic of our estate.
In Charly-sur-Marne, the vineyard is a little over 100 years old. Coming from this commune for many generations, our great-great-grandparents were farmers, ploughmen. They took advantage of this opportunity to plant more vines and develop this wine-growing activity, which is new in the region. When the Léguillette and Romelot shared their vines in the 70's, the wine-growing activity was obvious and already very developed. today we cultivate the family estate with 8 hectares of vines. We have been vinifying some of its champagnes since 2007 and modestly collect prizes at national and international competitions. We welcome customers and visitors to our estate, are members of the wine tourism networks and organise open days at the end of May each year. Our objective now is to open up more to professionals and develop exports to the USA.
Our vineyard is located in an unlikely and little known region of Champagne, and at our shows, people are always surprised to learn that Champagne is not exclusive to Reims or Epernay. Yes, there is Champagne in the Hauts-de-France and Paris region! Beyond tasting, we also have this role of educator by explaining that the Champagne appellation is very large, that each Champagne appellation territory has its own particularities. Each Champagne is thus different.