Come and visit us in Bouzy. 

 

We will introduce you to our range of wines over a guided tasting, along with other regional products and souvenirs from Champagne.

 

Opening times:

 

January to April

 

Monday – Tuesday – Thursday - Friday

10:30 - 12:00 / 14:00 - 17:00

Wednesday

 14:00 - 17:00

Saturday

closed

Sunday

closed

 

from May to December

 

Monday – Tuesday - Thursday - Friday

10:30 - 12:00 / 14:00 - 17:00

Wednesday

14:00 - 17:00

Saturday

10:30 - 12:30 / 13:30 - 17:00

Sunday

closed

 

Closed on public holidays and St Vincent’s Day (22 January)

and from 06 August to 28 August 2016 (inclusive)

 

GPS Latitude : 49.07847 - Longitude : 4.14555  

 

Links :

Comité Départemental du Tourisme de la Marne

 

Wine Trails: Champagne houses to visit

See which Champagne houses to visit on your wine holiday, taken from Lonely Planet's new book Wine Trails.
Champagne E Barnaut
The bustling village of Bouzy is unique, since many winegrowers here exercise their right to make the non-bubbly Bouzy Rouge, a PinotNoir that is expensive because, as one grizzled vigneron moaned, ‘we could be making a lot more money by selling the grapes for Champagne!’ Philippe Barnaut is a fifth-generation winemaker with strong ideas: ‘People used to talk always about Le Champagne as a homogenous product, but what interests me is the diversity of Champagne. I vinify each parcel of each terroir separately before moving on to the crucial assemblage. Twenty years ago I was treated as a heretic, but now everyone is following this like a new fashion.’ Philippe has taken the daring step, for a Champagne producer, of opening an Aladdin’s-cave store for wine tourists in an ancient house that sits above four floors of cellars. Apart from offering tastings of his outstanding range of Champagne, the rustic wooden-fronted boutique stocks delicious regional foodie specialities – wild-boar pâté, lentils, mustard from Reims – and a kaleidoscope of wine gadgets.