When Champagne is a family tradition. That's Maison Patrick Boivin, a small family business, founded in 1978 by Marie-Madeleine and Patrick Boivin. A dream come true for a young couple. She in turn the granddaughter of a winegrower from Cumières, in the Marne department, and he a passionate Parisian. Today, Marie-Madeleine and Patrick are gradually passing on their knowledge and experience to their two daughters, Céline and Baptistine. Specifically, Céline is mainly in charge of the land and production, while Baptistine, who joined the company in 2019, is responsible for developing the brand in France and abroad. Vineyards located in the Vallée de la Marne, in the Épernay region, classified as Premier Cru, in the villages of Pierry, Cumières, Vinay, Brugny-Vaudancourt and Damery, as well as in Épernay itself. The Patrick Boivin Champagnes, around 50,000 bottles per year, are characterised by great freshness, elegance and complexity. In the cellar, traditional winemaking methods and great attention are paid to the quality of the grapes.