FAMILY CHAMPAGNE SINCE 1820

Champagne Chaudron

It was in 1820 that the Chaudron family took root in the heart of the vineyard. the Montagne de Reims, in the Grand Cru of Verzenay classified 100%.
Today Luc Chaudron, the 7th generation of winegrowers, perfectionist and rigorous, puts all his know-how and his passion at the service of delicate art to develop his wines.
It subtly assembles the three grape varieties: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier, to give them the typical Chaudron Champagnes. A range, with a marked character, for the pleasure of all Champagne lovers!

Luc Chaudron

A RESOLUTELY FAMILY CHAMPAGNE ...

The cauldron family is one of those old families rooted in the heart of the Champagne vineyards for a long time.
It is indeed at the beginning of the 19th century that the Cauldrons begin to build a vineyard in the Grands Crus of the Montagne de Reims, premonitory pledge of a constant search and an unwavering dedication to elaborate quality wines from Three grape varieties: Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay, whose subtle blend gives precisely this typical Chaudron champagnes.

The cauldron house has acquired over the years an important vineyard, mainly located in the first Crus and Grands Crus of the Montagne de Reims.

Montage de Reims

THE KNOW-HOW OF A HOUSE BETWEEN TRADITION AND MODERNITY

Perfectionist and rigorous, Luc cauldron, owner of the Maison de Champagne Chaudron, puts all his know-how and all his passion at the service of an art transmitted from father to son for several generations.
A pioneer in the art of vinification of Champagne wine, the Chaudron house stands out for its unique know-how.
From the selection of reasons to the dressing of the bottles, the cellar master poses a hand of specialist on the development of the cuvées.

Carefully selected bunches, vintages vinified spérément then cleverly assembled ... if the experience of the cellar master is essential, the tradition of the experience are just as much.

Between innovation, tradition and quality, the development of these wines requires a constant demand and subtly marries the Chaudron ethic with the constant search for perfection. All these fundamental values found in the unique and refined purity of Champagnes.