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Champagne B&B Michel Maillard, Vertus

Champagne B&B Michel Maillard is in Vertus (51 Marne, Grand Est) with rooms in the B&B L’Atelier de Dégustation (the Tasting Studio).

B&B L'atelier De Dégustation

B&B L’Atelier de Dégustation

Above a large cellar which houses a small museum and a new tasting workshop, Champagne Michel Maillard has installed two junior suites where you can relax after your discovery of the region and … of Michel Maillard champagnes… Both suites are equipped with a private bathroom with shower and toilets, cable television and free wifi.Free wifiThe domaine also offers tutored Champagne tasting sessions.

In the heart of the Côte des Blancs, Vertus is the premier commune of Champagne in the Marne department and its terroir of 500 hectares is classified as Premier Cru.

Today, the third and fourth generations take care of the vineyard of 56 acres, half of which are in Vertus and its surroundings and, for the most part, planted with Chardonnay.

for more on the Champagne B&B Michel Maillard see B&B L’Atelier de Dégustation – to book or check availability.

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The Côte des Blancs is an area of Champagne vineyards. Located in the department of Marne, it lies south of Epernay, stretches for about 20 km, and had a vineyard area of 3,313 hectares (8,190 acres) in 2006. The Côte des Blancs is a mostly eastern-facing slope that owes its name to the color of the grape that is planted: 95% Chardonnay. Champagnes in this area include the term “blanc de blancs”.

Only four villages are located on the actual Côtes des Blancs slope, namely Avize, Cramant, Le Mesnil-sur-Oger and Oger but all municipalities between Cuis and Bergères-les-Vertus have their vineyards on the côtes. The Côte des Blancs yields popular champagnes, which are known for light and delicate aromas, finesse and elegance. The Côtes des Blancs is the source of Chardonnay for many vintage Champagnes and prestige cuvées from the large Champagne houses.
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