The family business also owes a great deal to André Cheurlin, the grandfather of the current winemakers. Driven by a real faith in his region's potential, he invested in the most beautiful coteaux between the 1950s and 1970s, thus enabling the family to produce remarkable wines.
Located in Celles-sur-Ource, in the heart of the Côte des Bars, the family vineyard expanded in order to diversify the soils and the wines. The vineyards spread over the Ource, Seine and Arce valleys. This is where the family's grape varieties are grown: Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and some Pinot Blanc, a variety that has almost disappeared in the rest of the Champagne region. The search for harmony between grape variety and terroir is at the heart of the family's approach without which LS Cheurlin champagnes could not be made.
Since their return to the family estate, Sébastien and Lucie have experimented with various alternatives to chemical viticulture to bring life back into their soils. Together, this sister and brother have brought their 5-hectare vineyard to organic viticulture. Their constant pursuit of improvement has led them to apply biodynamic preparations, resulting in champagnes of unparalleled vitality. Tasting these naturally lively and frank champagnes will convince you of the benefits of organic viticulture!