Our vines in Champagne

Champagne is a unique region, a unique wine, the oldest AOC in France and is only produced in the specific area delimited by law on 22 July 1927. Out of the 34,000 hectares making up our vineyards in Champagne, we have contracts on almost 2,000 hectares and we wholly own and cultivate 255 hectares using sustainable wine growing methods.

Sustainable wine growing is a collective approach operated in Champagne since 2001. It was introduced following a standard written by the ‘Sustainable wine growing in Champagne’ inter-professional group and vineyard self-diagnostic. Major environmental protection efforts were undertaken, in several areas, such as soil work, vine management, waste management, vine protection products, etc.

 
   
 

Cuvée Louise, a dedicated, listed vineyard

The Cuvée Louise vineyard, made up exclusively of the top three Grands Crus: Avize and Cramant for the Chardonnays and Aÿ for the Pinot Noir.

Vines on the mid-hillside, vines in the air and vines upland… the plots of land in the Cuvée Louise vineyard are selected both for their location at the heart of the terroir, their performance over the years and the rich aroma of their grapes. And by their nature, they most faithfully convey the subtlety of the Pommery style.

 
   
 

Clos Pompadour, 25 hectares of vines in the heart of Reims

The Clos Pompadour, which bear the charming, evocative name of Madame de Pompadour, are 25 hectares of vines enclosed within the walls of Domaine Pommery.
The biggest enclosures in Champagne have resulted in a unique champagne which, sealing its exclusivity, is available in magnum only.

 

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