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Exceptional Grand Cru Champagne from small, family-run house


The house of Guy de Chassey, which has been in existence for four generations, grows and produces its own champagne on the Montagne de Reims in the village of Louvois in Champagne.

Louvois is one of only 17 villages in Champagne to have 100% Grand Cru status, classified according to Champagne’s complex quality hierarchy.

Some Pinot Noir is also used from Guy de Chassey’s holdings in the village of Bouzy (also of Grand Cru status), as the microclimate here is a touch warmer and the Pinot Noir grapes often riper.

Today Champagne Guy de Chassey is run by Marie-Odile de Chassey, whose daughter Ingrid expertly monitors the vinification, carrying out most of the vineyard work by hand.

Conscious of quality and sustainable production, the house grows all the grapes used for its Champagnes, of which just 4,000 cases are made each year.

Such is the excellence of the fruit grown here at Guy de Chassey that a percentage of the annual harvest has been sold off historically to the traditional Grande Marque Champagne houses, although Marie-Odile de Chassey is now retaining more grapes for her own production.

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The Vineyards


The vineyards located in Louvois and Boozy on the Montagnede Reims which are the villages to have 100% Grand Cru status. Officially the climate is cool with cold winters and warm but rarely scorching summers. The chalky soil in the area is ideal for drainage and helps impart elegance to the grapes and wines. 

Guy de Chassey is using eco-friendly practises to maintain and minimise the use of chemicals to favour long-term biodiversity and balance in the vineyard, soils, and surrounding environment. The harvest carried out by hand from vines which are, on average, 25 years old

The Wines

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