Breton Champagne, Discover the 75-year-old Winery
The Breton Champagne house was set up in 1945 and has been passed on from father to son since that time. The main thing that drives the business is the inspiration to share their passion for winemaking with people. Their team has been devoted to developing the best champagne that guarantees the authenticity of their land. Their customers trust and embrace their wines for around 70 years now. They grow and produce their own grapes, and all the work for making wines is done in their real chalk cellar. The range of champagnes is diverse and unique, and each one has its own characteristics. A lot of attention is paid to maintain the high quality of the champagnes.
Tradition and Heritage of the Family
Breton owns around 17 hectares of vineyards on the Cote des Blancs and makes about 150,000 bottles of champagne per year. Their family tradition and heritage allows them to have a close connection with the vineyards. They know exactly how to perfect the blends to make the best possible champagnes. The grape varietals that grow in their estate are Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier. These grapes are used to make their famous champagne. With the change in time and seasons, Breton adopt methods to meet the requirements. To preserve their heritage, they are ready to make changes to their champagne production method and take responsibility to maintain the ecological balance in nature. It is important because they believe that adapting to the environment helps in adapting better to the customers’ changing requirements.