Discover my Champagne Domains Collection

Champagne et Villages is only working with family-owned Domains who are close to their vines. They know that good wines can only come from good grapes.

They are traditional growers who grow their own vines, with as little treatments as possible.

Harvesting with their own team with vinification and bottling taking place at the domain

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Champagne et Villages, created by Paul and Francoise Couvreur in 1998 and now run by their daughter Sophie Couvreur, is a family business dedicated to the promotion of boutique grower champagnes around the world.

Drawing on Pauls extensive experience with over 20 years running and marketing major champagne houses, together they have selected a range of quality driven, passionate and individual champagne brands that mirror their own philosophy of quality and commitment.
I have had the opportunity to join Sophie on visits to some of the Champagne et Villages partner wineries. During these visits I saw what fantastic relationships she had with them all – a testament to her desire to understand the family, their philosophy and practises as much as their wines. It is obvious that her personal joy comes from seeing them succeed. I was very thankful to have been invited to join her and see ‘behind the scenes’ how each of these quite different personalities work to create their unique champagnes.

With Sophie Couvreur’s dynamic approach to understanding and penetrating new markets, coupled with the expertise passed on from her parents, the Couvreur family bring together the critical elements required to successfully sell grower champagnes. Without a doubt, the Couvreurs have been instrumental in increasing the growth and image internationally of the smaller Champagne houses.

Kate Laurie
Winemaker and Proprietor
Deviation Road Wines – Adelaide Hills


We would like to help you discover the true diversity of Champagne

Champagne et Villages is only working with family-owned Domains who are close to their vines.



Four large regions make up the Champagne vineyards

Since 1927, Champagne vineyards have been limited by law to 34,000 hectares according to the viticulture history of the villages, the growing areas, locality and plots.