Champagne Gratiot Delugny, a Family-Run Winery from Marne Valley
Situated in Croûttes Sur Marne, the estate has been developing steadily throughout the generations and is considered one of the primary wineries in the Marne Valley. It is a family winery business of Gratiot-Delugny that has been passed from father to son. The winery production combines the vinification process, production of Champagnes, and selling of grapes to smaller producers. The estate has grown successfully through all the generations and each of them made their important contribution. Presently, the vineyard has three communes which are Crouttes Sur Marne, Nanteuil Sur Marne, and Charly Sur Marne. There are three varieties of grapes in the Champagne appellation, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier.
Vineyards of Champagne Gratiot Delugny
Chardonnay covers 3 ha of 24 areas of the property and has a unique taste in their Champagnes. Pinot Meunier is also widely planted covering around 50% of a vineyard with the area of four ha. These two grapes help create haracteristically fruity, rich, and aromatic Champagne wines. The third variety is Pinot Noir and is present on a quarter of the property 2 ha and 28 areas 52.
Discover Champagne Gratiot Delugny
Visit the estate Champagne Gratiot Delugny as it is not only one of the oldest Champagne houses but also it has an impressive wine production. The experience of wine tasting is enthralling and don’t want to miss out. You can learn more about the history of winemaking and also explore the beautiful surroundings.