Champagne Pierre-Emmanuel Paquay, a Family Winery
The history of Champagne Pierre-Emmanuel Paquay dates back to the 1950s. Indeed, Pierre-Emmanuel Paquay use to be a farmer, and in 1950, he started cultivating vines on these lands. His son Jean-Paul Paquay, helped by his wife Béatrice, followed and increased the surface of a few hectares. They were also pioneers in putting vegetation between vines, in order to respect the environment. Now, two sons of Jean-Paul and Béatrice are the owners of this winery. This family of Champagne Pierre-Emmanuel Paquay are proud of their roots and manage all aspects of the Champagne production within the family.
The Great Terroir of Champagne Pierre-Emmanuel Paquay
Champagne Pierre-Emmanuel Paquay is located on the east side of the Montagne de Reims, which is very useful because it has a protective effect against winds and hails. High quality black vines surround the plots. The vineyard covers 4 hectares of vines and grows 98% Chardonnay and 2% Pinot Noir. The soil is mostly made of clay-limestone silt, it provides ideal conditions for the development of the Chardonnay grape variety.
Wine Tours and Tastings at Champagne Pierre-Emmanuel Paquay
Visit Champagne Pierre-Emmanuel Paquay and take a guided tour of the estate. Explore their cellars and vineyards, the team will give you a great opportunity to understand the winemaking process. You will also taste some of their best wines. You can take a group tour of the vineyard or visit individually, be sure to book your visit in advance.