Champagne is one of the most famous wine regions around the world. Covering 35,000 hectares, it is divided into four areas with distinct characteristics: Montagne de Reims, vallée de la Marne, Côte des Blancs and vignoble de l'Aube.
Northernmost vineyard in France, its continental or Atlantic climate and its limestone soil both play a major role in the maturation of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grape varieties.
Champagne producers have been able to diversify their range to better adapt to consumption patterns. If Champagne is now present in more than 190 countries, it is also thanks to the combined dynamics of renowned Maisons and 'small' producers.