Albert Beerens Champagne:

Located in the Aube in the south of Champagne, the Côte des Bar crescent is home to 8,000 hectares of vines, representing a quarter of Champagne’s annual production.
The Albert Beerens Champagne House has been present in this exceptional terroir since 1862.

An exceptional vineyard:

The vines of the Albert Beerens House extend over 7 hectares. The estate has the particularity of growing 5 grape varieties, namely: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Meunier, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris. Each plot of the family estate gives the Albert Beerens Champagne vines a unique feature that will enrich the wine once blended.

The Albert Beerens Champagne has been committed to the environment for many years and is part of the Terra Vitis winegrowers' network, guaranteeing low sulphite in the produced wines. The permanent grass cover of the vines and the exclusive use of organic fertilizers are just some of the daily commitments of the Albert Beerens House in favor of environmental-friendly viticulture. .

A family inherited know-how:

Heir to the family estate, Anne-Laure Beerens brings all her enthusiasm and dynamism to the development of the estate. Surrounded by a high-performing team, they produce atypical and pure champagnes. This mixture between tradition and modernity results in atypical champagnes and a constant desire for renewal.