Our first producer is Vincent Renoir who have been making wines for four generations. From pruning to grape-harvesting, everything is done with passion to ensure the best quality fruit is produced. Vinification is done in either stainless-steel tanks or wooden barrels. The wine is then left to rest in the House's cellars for several years. This lengthy ageing process is what defines Vincent Renoir.
Next up we have Domain La Rogerie. Both François and Justine come from a long line of vignerons, with their passion for the local soil and their belief of being on unique terroir allowing them to produce champagne of such a high quality. The House's two champagnes both experience vieillissement prolongé, even the non-vintage La Grande Vie. The wine rests for a minimum 48 months, which gives way to a champagne with incredible palate and power.