The Top Champagne Wineries You Must Visit

The world of champagne is a realm of elegance, luxury, and exceptional craftsmanship, where a select group of wineries have perfected the art of producing this iconic sparkling wine. In this guide, we will take you on a captivating journey through the top 10 champagne wineries, each renowned for its commitment to quality, tradition, and innovation. From the storied houses with centuries of history to innovative boutique producers pushing the boundaries of taste, these Champagne wineries have etched their names in the history of wine, offering a symphony of flavors and aromas that epitomize the very essence of celebration and indulgence. Whether you’re a seasoned oenophile or a curious newcomer, this selection showcases the epitome of champagne excellence, offering a glimpse into the world of effervescent luxury. In a parallel celebration of the world’s most exceptional vineyards, we also invite you to explore “The Best World Vineyards,” a companion guide that brings to the forefront the diverse tapestry of terroirs and flavors found across the globe, where the art of winemaking transcends borders and traditions.

Highly Rated French Vineyards

  1. Veuve Clicquot

  2. Champagne Ruinart

  3. Champagne Taittinger

  4. Champagne Billecart-Salmon

  5. Champagne Drappier

  6. Laherte Frères

  7. Champagne Chartogne-Taillet

  8. Champagne Charles Heidsieck

  9. Champagne Marteaux Guillaume

  10. Champagne Bollinger

* The wineries have been listed without a specific order.

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1. Veuve Clicquot

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Since its establishment in 1772, Veuve Clicquot has unwaveringly upheld its motto: “One quality, the very first.” This steadfast commitment to excellence has defined the Maison’s legacy, and it is palpable in every bottle of Veuve Clicquot Champagne. The remarkable journey of this iconic House has been overseen by a concise lineage of just 11 Chefs de Caves, who have all shared a resolute dedication to maintaining the Veuve Clicquot style, characterized by its strength and complexity. Veuve Clicquot’s relentless pursuit of quality has been the cornerstone of its success, resonating with wine connoisseurs and enthusiasts worldwide.

In the present day, Veuve Clicquot proudly boasts ownership of one of the most extensive and prestigious vineyards in the Champagne region. Spanning 390 hectares, this vineyard encompasses 12 of the 17 Grands Crus and 20 of the 44 Premiers Crus in the Champagne terroir. This exceptional vineyard heritage is the result of centuries of meticulous cultivation, starting with the founder and evolving through the leadership of various Veuve Clicquot managers. Yet, it is the indomitable spirit of Madame Clicquot that has left an indelible mark on this cherished vineyard. Comprising 47% Chardonnay, 36% Pinot Noir, and 17% Pinot Meunier, Veuve Clicquot’s vineyard showcases a harmonious balance of grape varieties, further reinforcing its legacy as a symbol of quality, craftsmanship, and dedication in the world of Champagne.

2. Champagne Ruinart

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Champagne Ruinart, established by Nicolas Ruinart in 1729, was the first Champagne house in the world. The maison’s easily recognisable bottles hark back to the eighteenth century, as does the tradition of aging wines in their medieval chalk cellars, Les Crayéres, which are now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. These ethereal vaults sit 40 meters beneath the city of Reims and stretch eight kilometers long, providing a naturally cool and dark environment for storing wine.

Chalk is key to growing quality Chardonnay, the one white grape of the traditional three used to make Champagne. Ruinart is renowned for its clear-bottled Blanc de Blancs, which blends fruit from a variety of chalk-rich Premier Cru soils across the region. The maison practices sustainability, including using a lightweight, recyclable ‘Second Skin’ instead of gift boxes.

3. Champagne Taittinger

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Taittinger is one of the few grand Champagne houses that remains family-run and welcomes guests into its cellars. Visitors can take a walk through history at the Louis Quinze château in Pierry, near Epernay, and explore the Gallo-Roman cellars in the Champagne capital of Reims. The Champagne house produces an archetypal range of white and rosé Champagnes (vintage and non-vintage), all imbued with a deep heritage.

The Château de la Marquetterie was built in 1734 and once belonged to French author Jacques Cazotte, who entertained the likes of Voltaire and André Chénier during harvest season. It was acquired by Pierre Taittinger in the 1930s, and today, his great-granddaughter Vitalie and her brother Clovis run the estate.

4. Champagne Billecart-Salmon

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Billecart-Salmon, founded in 1818 by newlyweds Nicolas François Billecart and Elisabeth Salmon, is a Champagne house that has been passed down to the seventh generation, with Mathieu Billecart-Salmon at the helm today. The pristine garden surrounding the main house in Mareuil-sur-Aÿ, redesigned in the 1920s, is a point of pride for the family. Still, there is plenty to explore underground, in the vineyards, and the prestigious enclosed “Clos Saint Hilaire,” a one-hectare plot planted solely to Pinot Noir, producing its own Blanc de Noirs cuvée, which epitomizes Billecart-Salmon’s commitment to environmental sustainability. The house hopes to attain certification for 100% of its land by 2025.

Guided tours of the Champagne house last two and a half hours, including visits to the barrel cellars, the chalk cellars where the bottles are aged, and tasting of three wines. The estate covers 100 hectares, with fruit acquired from a broader range of 40 crus, mostly around Epernay. The grapes are dealt with according to their variety and the village they come from, then fermented slowly at low temperatures to ensure delicacy of flavor and nuance.

5. Champagne Drappier

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The family tree of the Drappier family has its roots in the 17th century, with the birth of Rémy Drappier in 1604 who became a draper in Reims. It was not until 1808 that one of the ancestors of the house, François, settled in Urville and began to exploit a vineyard of a few hectares. Since 2016, Michel and his wife Sylvie, have been joined by the eighth generation of the Drappier family. Charline, born in 1989, is gradually taking charge of marketing, while her brother Hugo, born in 1991, is responsible for viticulture and oenology.

The family vineyard now covers 62 hectares, not counting the association contracts. Essentially located in the commune of Urville, the vineyard of the house retains the strong identity of the district of Bar-sur-Aube, marked by the influence of Pinot Noir. This grape variety reigns supreme, and represents 70% of the estate, completed by Pinot Meunier at a rate of 15%, Chardonnay 9%, and 6% of ancient grape varieties. This very local vineyard has allowed the family to reinforce its sustainable viticulture methods, with the “Agriculture Biologique” certification.

6. Laherte Frères

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Established by Jean-Baptiste Laherte back in 1889, the Laherte family estate embarked on a remarkable journey that continues to this day. Initially, Jean-Baptiste planted the majority of their vines in the charming village of Chavost, which would eventually evolve into Chavot. As time passed and Laherte’s viticultural legacy unfolded, the estate expanded gradually across the Champagne region, now encompassing over 11 hectares. Today, the sixth and seventh generations of the Laherte family work hand in hand, carrying forward a tradition of crafting wines that mirror their own qualities: pure, sincere, and authentic. Drawing upon their collective knowledge and concerted efforts, they strive to honor and maximize the potential of their precious familial heritage.

The Champagne region’s terroir is a complex mosaic of micro-terroirs, each contributing its unique character to the wines produced. Within this intricate tapestry, the presence of chalky and limestone-rich mother rock in select areas plays a pivotal role. This geological foundation is indispensable in bestowing finesse upon the grapes, resulting in wines of exceptional quality. As the Laherte family toils among these distinctive terroirs, their deep connection to the land and unwavering dedication to their craft shines through, producing Champagne that not only embodies the region’s essence but also reflects their own values of authenticity and excellence.

7. Champagne Chartogne-Taillet

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In the 7th century, the villages’ wine growers, situated in Merfy, drew on the heritage of the Benedictine monks from the abbey of Saint Thierry. Generation after generation, Merfy’s wine growers, together with the abbey, shaped the viticultural landscapes of their hillsides, meticulously separating each plot according to its geological origins, soils, subsoils, etc. Names were subsequently inscribed on maps of the village, and these became the “lieu-dits,” which today nourish the roots of the vines growing there.

The traces of the wine growers in their family go back to 1490, with Nicolas Taillet, and Fiacre Taillet in 1540. By 1700, a second Fiacre Taillet, an erudite wine grower, was writing his memoirs recounting his lifework, as well as all the important events of the village, the family, and his profession. The Chartogne-Taillet family continues this tradition of writing and savoir-faire inherited from this legacy of wine growing.

8. Champagne Charles Heidsieck

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Charles is a confirmed traveller and free-spirited, smooth-talking gentleman entrepreneur, focused on his champagne business. His champagnes embody his personality: emblematic and unique. At 29 years old, Charles took his destiny in hand and founded a House in his image. His audacity, adventures and the renown of his wines would make him a legend in his time. His ambitions served to guide his descendants over the centuries. In 2011, the Descours family took over the House with the aim of ensuring its international renown.

Over the past two decades – and not less than 12 times in only those 20 years – the Charles Heidsieck Cellar Masters have been awarded the prestigious title of “Best Sparkling Winemaker of the Year” at the London International Wine Challenge. Their immense expertise and talent has brought them international renown.

9. Champagne Marteaux Guillaume

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Domaine Marteaux took root in Bonneil, on the edge of the Aisne, at the end of the 19th century. Nestled in the hollow of a cirque of hillsides, Bonneil and its arena vineyard reveal a singularly strong terroir. At the Marteaux family estate, know-how has been shaped for 5 generations. At first cooperators and then nurserymen specialized in Champagne vine plants, which allowed a massal selection, the family’s winegrowers emancipated themselves and became manipulating harvesters in 1996. Today, they continue the work begun by their ancestors, humbly and with passion, driven by a desire for perpetual evolution.

The vines enjoy the clay-limestone soils, a limestone subsoil, a microclimate sheltered from the wind and an ideal South/South-East exposure. Nature is generous. The grapes have a very good maturity of sugars on the one hand, but also of the acids composing the berries. On Bonneil, a vein of sand crosses one side of the vineyard, adding to the diversity of the local terroir and giving the wine original complex characteristics.

10. Champagne Bollinger

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Since 1829, the Bollinger family has crafted exceptional wines with a powerful, refined, and expressive style. This distinct taste comes from their affinity for Pinot Noir’s elegance, unwavering commitment to excellence, exceptional vineyard, and artisanal savoir-faire. Champagne Bollinger is a shared passion among devoted wine enthusiasts, a legacy perpetuated since Madame Bollinger’s time.

Bollinger’s vineyard spans Champagne’s finest terroirs, covering 179 hectares with 85% Grands and Premiers crus. They are one of the few Champagne Houses producing the majority of their grapes, cultivating 7 distinct plots, including rare ungrafted vines like Clos Saint-Jacques and Chaudes Terres. These vines are carefully tended by hand, preserving an extraordinary heritage and producing the exceptionally rare cuvée Vieilles Vignes Françaises.

The top 10 champagne wineries represent the pinnacle of artistry in the world of winemaking. Their dedication to tradition and innovation, the careful cultivation of vineyards, and the meticulous crafting of each bottle, ensures that the effervescent elixirs they produce continue to enchant and delight connoisseurs worldwide. From the historic cellars of well-established houses to the creative spirit of emerging vintners, these wineries offer a taste of both time-honored tradition and the exciting possibilities of the future. Exploring their offerings is not just a journey through wine; it’s an immersion in the culture of celebration, where each bottle is an invitation to cherish life’s most special moments. The top 10 champagne wineries are a testament to the enduring allure and exceptional quality that have made champagne an enduring symbol of luxury and indulgence.

* The wineries have been listed without a specific order.

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FAQs: The Best Champagne Wineries In France

1. What makes Champagne wine unique?

Champagne is renowned for its effervescence, which is achieved through a secondary fermentation process in the bottle. The region's unique terroir, climate, and grape varieties, primarily Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier, contribute to its distinct flavor profile.

2. What are the primary grape varieties used in Champagne production?

Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier are the principal grape varieties used in Champagne production. Each brings its own characteristics to the final blend.

3. What is the difference between Brut, Extra Brut, and Demi-Sec Champagne?

These terms indicate the level of sweetness in the Champagne. Brut is dry, Extra Brut is drier, and Demi-Sec is semi-sweet.

4. How is Champagne made?

Champagne undergoes a two-step fermentation process. After the first fermentation in tanks, a second fermentation occurs in the bottle. The wine is then aged on its lees (dead yeast cells) for added complexity before being disgorged and corked.

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