The words Champagne and sparkling didn’t always go hand in hand. Before the 18th century the region was known for its still wines. It was only when a handful of prestigious producers started investing in the marketing of sparkling wines that bubbles became synonymous with Champagne.
After a short hiatus in popularity, the region’s still wines, Coteaux Champenois, are today making a comeback. A tendency set in motion by a new wave of artisanal grower producers who are bringing the focus back to the vineyard, while tapping into the diversity of this richly varied terroir.
Join us in the private dining room La Cachette to taste some of the most exciting examples from a selection of growers we admire.
2014 Aurélien Lurquin Les Crayères
2018 Thimothée Stroebel Le Vin Tranquille
NV Jerome Lefevre Composition 1
2016 Emilien Feneuil Les Goulats
2011 Françoise Martinot
Starting from this summer our opening times are changing. From Tuesday 1st August onwards, our restaurant will be open for dinner from Tuesday to Saturday, and for lunch on Saturday as usual.
Our last day open before the holidays is Saturday 5th August. We will be back as usual from Tuesday 15th August.