The Champagne Castelnau
For over a century, the knowledge and skills passed down with patience and passion by the men and women who create these champagnes have been the cornerstone of their memory. Today, the Cellar Master, Carine Bailleul, can meticulously translate this expertise into the Champagne Castelnau cuvées thanks to the constancy and richness of this knowledge. This process is elevated by the mastery of slow aging, allowing for the expression of both the delicacy of effervescence and the characteristic aromatic patina of champagnes.
Since its establishment in 1916, Champagne Castelnau has explored subtleties and rigorously expressed emotion. The adventure began with a group of enthusiasts aiming to create a champagne brand characterized by a delicate, generous, and distinctive style.
Today, the magic of the alchemy between craftsmanship and creativity weaves the link between tradition and the future. Champagne CASTELNAU represents the quintessence of a vineyard.
The Castelnau Vineyard
The vineyard boasts 149 crus spread over nearly 900 hectares of vineyards among the best terroirs of Champagne. Among these great terroirs, we distinguish: The Montagne de Reims located in Marne, where the dominant grape variety is Pinot Noir. The Vallée de la Marne, located at the crossroads of Marne, Aisne, and Seine-et-Marne, is dominated by Pinot Meunier. The Côte des Blancs, in Marne, with its unique grape variety, Chardonnay. Finally, the Vineyard of Aube between the departments of Aube and Haute-Marne, predominantly featuring Pinot Noir. This diversity gives Champagne Castelnau its uniqueness and allows for the production of exceptional cuvées.