Côte des Bars
The Côte des Bars is the most southern vineyard in the Champagne appellation. A region previously identified more with Burgundy than with Champagne, it is a natural extension of vineyards producing the great wines of Chablis.
Clay and limestone are important characteristics of our diverse soils. Our Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Blanc Vrai draw their wealth and opulence from these distinctive soil conditions.
Great wines are made with the passage of time, giving roots the opportunity to reach down and seek out the subtleties in the soil. It is therefore natural that our champagnes are from older vines, having an average life span of thirty years, and in the case of our oldest vines, lasting over a century.