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Champagne B&B Gilmaire-Etienne

At Binson-et-Orquigny (51 Marne. Grand Est) Champagne producer Champagne Gilmaire-Etienne offers Bed & Breakfast (Chambres d’Hote) accommodation- Champagne B&B.

B&B Champagne Gilmaire-EtienneThe Champagne B&B Champagne Gilmaire-Etienne offers 5 comfortable, individually -designed en-suite bedrooms. And a stylish heated indoor swimming-pool! There is also a bar and free wifi.Free wifi

The B&B is only 15km from a major centre of the Champagne business at Epernay where the Avenue de Champagne is considered by many as the headquarters of champagne production and home to a fizzing concentration of maisons de champagne. (champagne houses).
Champagne Gilmaire-Etienne produces a range of vintage champagnes from Brut to Demi-Sec from the traditional Champagne grapes varieties of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier.

Binson-et-Orquigny is in the Marne valley, one of the 4 main Champagne terroirs,  west of Epernay and across the Montagne-de-Reims from Reims.

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The Champagne terroir encompasses a mosaic of micro-vineyards, each one bringing together a unique combination of climate, soil and topography. Making the most of their diversity is Champagne’s 15,000-strong team of highly skilled winegrowers.

Champagne has a history of vine-growing that dates back to the dawn of Christianity, and its vineyard boundaries have been defined by France’s appellation system (Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée or AOC) since 1927.

But despite its world-famous wines, the terroir at the heart of this region remains little known.

With its northern location, rugged climate, distinctive soil type and hillside vineyards, the Champagne terroir is the only one of its kind – as original as the wine it produces.

There are four main growing areas:

  • The Montagne de Reims
  • The Vallée de la Marne
  • The Côte des Blancs
  •  The Côte des Bar.