Discover Champagne Guy De Chassey
The Champagne Guy De Chassey estate was built at beginning of the 12th century. Gaucher de Châtillon owned the property. Later, the castle became the property of Dames de France. It then suffered the horrors of the Revolution as only parts of this magnificent building survive today. . The same family has been managing Champagne Guy De Chassey for more than seven generations
Champagne Guy De Chassey, High-Quality Vineyards in Champagne
The vineyards of Champagne Guy De Chassey cover an area of 9.5 hectares. The village, Louvois, is known for its vineyard classified Grand Cru 100%, only 17 villages have such a label in Champagne. The vineyard has clay-limestone soil, the grapes varieties include 75% Pinot Noir and 25% Chardonnay. The grassed vineyard avoids the use of herbicide, they use sustainable vine-growing techniques to preserve the quality of the water, soil, and air. The fermentation at a controlled temperature gives the wines better quality and aromatic finesse without decreasing the natural acidity levels. They do not practice malolactic fermentation to keep the wine fresh and fruity. They work with a wooden press, it ensures a softer and more qualitative extraction of grape must. The riddling of bottles is entirely done by hand by the winemaker.
Wine Tastings and Tours at Champagne Guy De Chassey
If you would like to taste this fantastic Champagne, plan your next trip at Champagne Guy De Chassey. Explore the vast vineyard and cellars and learn about the winemaking process of Champagnes wines. You will get to taste some of the best bottles of the estate: Brut Cuvée De Buretel and Brut Cuvée Reserve Nicolas d’Olivet 2014. Enticing surprises await you and will leave lasting memories. Be sure to book a visit in advance for a delightful experience.