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Champagne
Champagne


Brut-Nature, less than 3 gr. residual sugar per litre.
Extra-Brut, less than 6 gr. residual sugar per litre.
Brut, less than de 15 gr. residual sugar per litre.
Extra-Dry, less than 12 et 20 gr. residual sugar per litre.
Sec, less than 17 et 35 gr. residual sugar per litre..
Demi-Sec, less than 33 et 55 gr. residual sugar per litre.
Doux, more than 50 gr. residual sugar per litre.

Blanc de Blancs: a champagne only made of Chardonnay.

Vintage: 100% of the grapes used are from the year indicated.
Minimum of three years in the bottle.
Vintage on the label and on the cork.



-Surface: 30.685 ha.
-Only white and rosé sparkling wines.
-Only wines from special parcels in Département de la Marne:
Arrondissement de Châlons-sur-Marne: all communes,
Arrondissement de Reims: all communes,
Arrondissement d’Epernay: all communes,
Arrondissement de Vitry-le-François:
Canton de Vitry: all communes,
Canton de Heitz-le-Maurupt: Bassu, Bassuet, Changy, Daucey, Outrepont, Rosay, Vanault-le-Chatel, Vanault-les-Dames, Vavray-le-Grand, Vavray-lePetit.
Département de la Aisne:
Arrondissement de Château-Thierry:
Canton de Condé-en-Brie: Condé-en-Brie, St-Aignan, Barzy-sur-Marne, Baulne, Celles-lès-Condé, La Chapelle-Monthodon, Chartèves, Connigis, Courboin, Courtemo-Varennes, Crézancy, Saint-Eugène, Jaulgonne, Mézy-Moulins, Monthurel, Montigny-les-Condé, Montlevon, Pargny-la-Dhuys, Passy-sur-Marne, Reuilly-Sauvigny, Tréloup,
Canton de Château-Thierry: Château-Thierry, Azy, Blesmes, Bonneil, Brasles, Chierry, Essonnes, Etampes, Fossoy, Gland, Mont-St-Père, Nesles, Nogentel, Verdilly,
Canton de Charly: Charly, Bézu-le-Guéry, Chézy-sur-Marne, Crouttes, Domptin, Montreuil-aux-Lions, Nogent-l’Artaud, Pavant, Romeny, Saulchery, Villiers-sur-Marne.
Arrondissement de Soissons:
Canton de Braisnes: Braisnes, Acy, Augy, Barbonval, Blanzy-les-Fimes, Brenelle, Chassemy, Ciry-Salsogne, Courcelles, Couvrelles, Cys-la-Commune, Dhuizel, Glennes, Longueval, Merval, Saint-Mard, Paars, Perles, Presles-et-Boves, Révillon, Sermoise, Serval, Vassény, Vauxéré, Vauxtin, Viel-Arcy, Villiers-en-Prayères,
Canton de Vailly: Bailly, Bucy-le-Long, Celles-sur-Aisne, Chavonne, Chivres, Condé-sur-Aisne, Missy-sur-Aisne, Sancy, Soupir.
Cantons de Bar sur Aube, Vitry le Croisé, Bar sur Seine, Les Riceys, Channes, Essoyes and Mussy sur Seine
-Grape varieties white and rosé wines: Pinot noir, Chardonnay, Pinot meunier.



A thick porous chalk subsoil covered with marl, clay or sand.
Limestone Marl Sand

The Champagne has a maritime climate caused by a great influence of the Atlantic. Its northern position makes the climate cold and wet with variable seasons. The Champagne region is situated on the northern edge of the winegrowing zones.
Atlantic ocean Humid spring Wet winters