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The Vallée de la Marne is considered the best area to grow Pinot Meunier, although Pinot Noir is increasingly planted here. This region counts only two Grands Crus villages, Aÿ and Tours sur Marne.


The soil in the valley is different from the other regions; here we see more clay and sand rather than chalk. Wines from the valley have a generous fruit character and display more voluptuous flavours rather than mineral.

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The cool influence of the river makes Pinot Meunier better suited to the area (less sensitive to frost).

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Marl, clay and sand dominates which is better suited for growing Pinot Meunier.

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Typically, vineyards left of the river bank are north-facing whilst the right bank is south facing. 

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11 hectares, upwards of 40 years in age

Our attention is always focused on protecting the natural environment and at the same time, growing and producing high-quality grapes

- The 'Raison d'Etre' of Beurton-Vincent

For over thirty years now, Beurton-Vincent has proudly tended to their vineyards in order to make exceptional Champagne.


Come rain or shine they perform all of the tasks with sustainable viticulture at the forefront of their practice; this includes everything from pruning to harvesting, along with debudding, binding, tying and trimming.


Testament to their care and attention Beurton-Vincent has been awarded two certifications, which guarantee environmentally-friendly practices that are widely acknowledged and respected throughout the Champagne production industry.


“We do our best to respect Mother Nature because we are aware that we have inherited the land from our ancestors and that our children will inherit them from us.”