Entirely classified as a Premier Cru, Arlaux vineyard has written records going back over 1,000 years, making it one of the most historical vineyards in Champagne.
On account of delicately fruity notes, complex aromas, and a rare elegance, Arlaux champagnes meet the expectations of the most demanding wine enthusiasts.
The Arlaux family is now taking care of it since more than 15 generations even if production of champagne (instead of still wines) only started in 1826.
Today, the Arlaux vineyard is one of the very few French vineyards to keep pre-phylloxera Meunier vine trees (that have survived the phylloxera crisis end of the 19th century).
Cared without insecticides since more than 20 years, its grapes are among the most sought after from the “Montagne de Reims”, the real heart of the Champagne region.
Only produced in limited quantities, from the sole first pressing (the “tete de cuvée”), Arlaux Champagnes are the full expression of this great terroir.