Since 1670, the Autréau family has perpetuated on the heights of Champillon a subtle alliance of tradition and modernity. Because champagne is eternal, it is transmitted year after year, generation after generation in a perpetual search for excellence. It was in 1953 that Gérard Autréau decided to start producing Champagne wines with, at the time, 3 hectares of vines. Eric Autréau joined the family farm in 1980. At that time, the farm totaled 15 hectares of vines for an annual production of 150,000 bottles, which allowed the first exports to Europe. Laurent Autréau is committed to ensuring the continuity of quality champagne production and export marketing by developing the Autréau de Champillon brand worldwide. The farm now amounts to 32 hectares of vines on 5 different terroirs in Premiers and Grands Crus, which allows a great diversity in the range of champagnes. Today, three generations ensure the sustainability of Autréau de Champillon champagnes through an alliance of tradition and modernity.
Autréau 1er Cru
Autréau Grand Cru