Christian Naudé Champagne
Today, it is Magali and Geoffroy who embody and manage the Christian Naudé Champagne House, a champagne House passed down from generation to generation. The estate extends over 6.5 hectares of hillsides producing red grapes with white juice composing the Blanc de noirs champagnes.
For a long time, Christian Naudé entrusted the blending processes to a winegrower’s cooperative in Epernay. It was not until the 1980s that Christian Naudé champagne broke away from this cooperative and became a manipulating harvester. This company equipped the estate with vats and a press.
Since then, the vinification and blending processes of the Christian Naudé champagnes have been carried out on the estate with their newly acquired status manipulating harvester. All the vatting work (vinification, blending,...) is now done in Charly sur Marne. The pressing stage, using one of the last traditional Champagne presses, is one of the highlights of the House's winery work.
Geoffroy, who is in charge of the winemaking of the House, blends, according to the harvest, the grape varieties and the vintages, to obtain a fine and elegant champagne, the Christian Naudé Champagne.