At the entrance, cellars decorated with ancient winemakers’ tools are home to ultra-modern installations. In the reception area, paintings, sculptures and a “César” style sculpture with bottle caps displayed on the vast bar, provide a highly contemporary ambiance. From this dominating position, the unobstructed view of the Ource Valley and wine region is fascinating. In 1986, after working as a contracted wine presser, Jean-Paul decided to set up his own business and develop his own range of Champagne. Very attentive to his vines, he keeps them under constant supervision to ensure they require as little treatment as possible, and is also passionate about water and the environment. A true “gentleman farmer”, Jean-Paul, his wife Isabelle, and her sister Cécile, form a successful trio.