During the harvest, the plots are picked one after the other in whole bunches.

This is when the grapes are sorted to remove those of lesser quality.

Each press corresponds to one or more plots that are representative of a sector of our vineyard, so that we can isolate them afterwards in the winery.

Meunier avant la vendange

Meunier before the harvest

The house has 2 presses, each weighing 4,000 kg (which corresponds to 1 marc champenois, a unit of measurement common to whole Champagne).

These 2 presses include a traditional press where all the work is done by hand by our team of pressmen.

This makes it possible to adjust the work according to the quality of the must. Naturally, the grapes destined to make our best cuvées are sent to this press.

Pressoir traditionnel champenois

Traditional Champagne press

In the Champagne AOC, 4,000 kg of grapes will produce 2,050 litres of Cuvée, which is the highest quality fraction of must, and 500 litres of Tailles.

We want to keep the best of the musts from our finest grapes.

In order to fulfil this wish, we intervene as little as possible in our wines. Malolactic fermentation is not carried out in order to preserve the freshness and aromas of our terroir.

We use plot-by-plot vinification in small vats and barrels to make great Champagne wines that are unique and rare.
Suivi des fermentations alcooliques pendant la période de vendange

Monitoring alcoholic fermentation during the harvest period

After the vinification, it's time for the blending.

It is said that during Assemblage (blending) the result must be greater than the sum of its components, or more simply :

1 + 1 don't always make 2

Assemblage 2024


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