Amazing story of Champagne Gruet in Bethon
Champagne Gruet and the Côte des Bar have been part of history for a few hundred years. This historic sector of Champagne is home to many charming villages. It is in this last village that the Gruet Family has been anchored since 1670. Their lasting presence is still illustrated today with named locations such as “Bas Gruet” and “Sur-Gruet” in the surrounding communities. The Winemakers of the Gruet Family have passed on their knowledge from generation to generation. This succession found its fulfillment when Claude Gruet marketed his first cuvées in 1975. Today, Claude Gruet has passed on this trade to their son, Pierre-Charles Gruet.
Winemaking as Pure Art
Claude Gruet and his son Pierre-Charles, create Champagne wines with rare and unique expression with strength and conviction. State-of-the-art human and technical resources allow them to combine respect for tradition and the SAS Champagne Gruet method. In the spirit of quality and compliance, Gruet can meet the most demanding requests such as short deadlines or special offers. In the beneficial shade of their cellars, the precious nectar is meticulously prepared for the development and vinification of superior Champagne wines.
Diverse Range of Champagne from Gruet
Between Aube and Seine, from Bar Sur Aube to Bar Sur Seine, there are over 8,000 hectares of vines, millions of planted vines and noble Champagne grape varieties of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc, Arbane and Petit Meslier sre planted. It is in this setting surrounded by water, forests, and well exposed hillsides that these grape varieties flourish and give their best expressions. This vineyards of Champagne, in the Côte des Bar stretch over long waves of forested hills. Enjoy a perfect scenic view here as Gruet offers a showcase of events to attend and wines to taste. Immerse yourself into the underground cellars of Champagne Gruet and indulge in the delightful world of Champagne. Gruet is a symbol of authenticity and tradition yet uses many modern winemaking practices for their high quality Champagne production.