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

Champagne et Villages only works with family-owned Domains who are close to their vines. They know that good wines can only come from good grapes, they are traditional vigneron who grow their own vines naturally, with as little intervention as possible, harvesting with their own team with vinification and bottling taking place at the domain.

Champagne et Villages is keen on finding the top quality producer :
– vinification by parcels
– old vine production
– ageing at least 3 years in cellars
– old vintages
– vinification in barrels
– classic champagne always at its optimum maturation
– malolactic fermentation or not

We would be delighted to give you a more thorough explanation about the philosophy of our selection and to go into finer details.


The ancestral knowledge passed down to these producers has enabled us to uncover Champagne wines that are: Light and spirited, ample and complex, delicate, harmonious, structured, elegant and balanced.

The Champagne et Villages identification strip and the back label on each bottle testify to the rigorous and qualitative selection process.


All Champagnes are assembled and bottled at the producer’s cellars. The wines are aged in cellars for a minimum of three years prior to disgorging. Vinification is monitored by an authorized laboratory.

Domains are basically practicing culture raisonnée, HVE (High Environmental value), VDC (Viticulture Durable Champagne)  some are BIO or on the way to be certified.


Champagne et Villages selections are strictly limited in quantity We do not offer any cuvée that does not meet our highest standards


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.



Of course, we love champagne as an aperitif

But we keep on saying it pairs with food wonderfully. Try some of our suggestion!