Corney & Barrow’s relations with tiny, family-owned Champagne house Guy de Chassey date back over thirty years and we are proud to offer its delicious Pinot Noir-based grand cru Champagnes. Nestled at the foot of the Montagne de Reims in the village of Louvois, Champagne Guy de Chassey grows all the grapes used for its Champagnes, of which just 4,000 cases are made each year. Guy de Chassey’s 9.5 hectares of vineyards are dotted about Bouzy and Louvois, the latter one of only seventeen Champagne villages to enjoy 100% grand cru status – the crème de la crème of Champagne. Today Champagne Guy de Chassey is run by fourth generation Marie-Odile de Chassey, whose son Vincent carries out most vineyard work by hand, from pruning vines to picking grapes. Winemaking techniques are traditional, with bottles aged for a minimum three years on the lees and riddled by hand.