The Champagne Housee Delabarre exploits a vineyard on two villages of the Vallée de la Marne.
Characteristics of the Marne Valley
The Vallée de la Marne extends over nearly 80 kilometers, between Epernay in the Marne (51) and Château-Thierry in the Aisne (02).
Les vines are planted on a soil made of clay, marl and limestone.
Terroir of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier located in the communes of Vandières and Verneuil, the vineyard is managed and operated with respect to the quality of the Champagne, men and the environment.
Great care is taken in the vineyard and grapes throughout the year, thanks to a meticulous and essentially manual work.
The vineyard extends over 2 villages in the Marne Valley, Vandières and Verneuil. It is located on a soil made of clay and limestone, allowing the three grape varieties (Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier) to share the Champagne terroir. The vineyard is operated with respect for quality, people, and the environment. Great care is taken in the vine and grape maintenance throughout the year, through meticulous and primarily manual work. The estate has been awarded the "Haute Valeur Environnementale" (High Environmental Value) certification since 2020.