Single Vineyards

On the left bank

of the Marne Valley

As is typical for the Champagne region, our domaine has lots of small, separate plots. At least 42 fields divided between the villages of Mareuil-le-Port, Oeuilly and Troissy, on 14ha of Vineyard. We have a wide variety of exposures, geology and grape varieties. Our vines are planted at many different altitudes and have a wide range of ages. This creates many nuances which express themselves in our wines.

We are located on the left bank of the Vallée de la Marne, at the crossing point of the Flagot river. Our vines are growing on clay and sandy vein at mid-slope (120m of altitude).

Maisoncelle

We are a group of 17 Domains located throughout the Champagne region. The association, Les Artisans du Champagne, is founded upon the basic values of sharing, passion, respect, rigor, freedom and a common vision of our profession and the responsibilities that it implies.

We organize an Annual Tasting in the month of April to showcase our products and to allow professionals, both from France and abroad, to discover the diversity of our terroirs and the expression of the Champagne region through tastings of “Vins Clairs” from single vineyards and also Champagne wines with strong identities.
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Brisefer


Chardonnay vines from the bottom of a gentle slope (1:20), planted between 1966 and 1992. An East orientation with clay soil which has leeched out most of its limestone.

Our grandfather, pioneer of grower champagne, saw that this was a perfect plot for champagne and used it for his top of the range wine. About a quarter of the land was replanted in spring 2015.
Production methods respect biodiversity (Working the ground and allowing grass to grow between the vines).
The wines are fully aged on the lees,in 200L, 300L and 500L barrels and clarified by natural settling, without filtration or fining.



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La Croix Joly

Old-vine Meunier planted on a gentle north-eastern slope in Troissy. Leeched clay soil (very little sandstone remaining).

Very small yields.
We often use this plot for the production of our red coteaux champenois and since 2011 for the production of an “Oeil de Perdrix” wine.

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Les Genevraux


Old vines of Meunier, planted in 1979, on a North facing, gentle slope. Clay soil which has leeched out most of its limestone...

Low Yields
Fermented and aged in barrels. Clarified by natural settling, without filtration or fining.



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La Côte en Bosses

Old vines of Meunier, planted in 1979, on a North facing, gentle slope. Clay soil which has leeched out most of its limestone…

Low Yields
Fermented and aged in barrels. Clarified by natural settling, without filtration or fining..
When only one grape variety is planted in a particular plot then the underlying terroir of that plot is masked by the inherent characteristics of that grape.



By having multiple varieties of grape we allow the terroir full freedom of expression.
The wines are fermented and aged on lees, in oak barrels. Wild yeasts.

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Les Vignes de Mizy
(Coteaux Champenois)

These old chardonnay vines are half-way up the slope, in the heart of our terroir, only 100m away from our home village of Cerseuil.

The grapes were hand-picked at the end of the harvest.

This wine has been aged for 23 months on the lees in 200L and 300L barrels.

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Les Rieux

These old chardonnay vines are situated on mid-slope, in the heart of our terroir, only 100m away from our home village of Cerseuil.

The grapes were hand-picked at the end of the harvest.

This wine has been aged for 20 months on the lees in 200L and 300L barrels.
No filtration or fining.

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