The history of Gratiot & Cie began in 1868. Since then, four generations have already succeeded at its helm. Today it is the turn of Rémy, the current owner, who joined the company prematurely after the death of his father in the year of his graduation. His goal? To produce unique Champagnes that reflect the regional terroir. And to do so, he decided to bet everything on Meunier, the most representative grape variety of the Marne Valley. Today, Champagne Gratiot & Cie can count on some 18 hectares of vineyards in the Aisne department, divided between Pinot Meunier, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. The plots are located in seven different villages, with Saulchery, Charly-sur-Marne, Villiers-Saint-Denis, Romeny-sur-Marne, Azy-Bonneil and Essomes-sur-Marne. In his work, Remy Gratiot can count on the great and valuable support of Amélie Perrier, his wife since spring 2012. It is she who travels the world presenting the champagnes of the family Maison. A true brand ambassador on all five continents.