In 1982, Serge and his wife Jeanine decided to create their own wines under the name of Champagne Serge Gaudriller to make the most of their experience and knowledge. They founded their champagne house in the heart of the Reims mountains in the small village of Louvois, classified as Grand Cru. Their vineyards spread over Louvois, Bouzy and Tauxières, which are suitable for growing Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes. They therefore started to produce and sell brut and "demi sec" bottles.
In 1986, their eldest daughter Sandrine joined the family business and gradually took over from her mother as head of marketing, besides working in the vineyards. In the family, everyone participates in producing quality grapes and preserving the know-how passed down through four generations. Sandrine and her parents then proceed to develop two other ranges of Champagne: the Prestige and the Rosé.
Now, Sandrine's son, Tristan, is carrying on the family legacy. While studying viticulture and oenology, he came up with the idea, in 2004, of producing a cuvée aged in oak barrels, hence the new range named after him: Cuvée Tristan. He then decided to create a new champagne cuvée in order to enhance each grape variety. The family began by producing the Cuvée Blanc de Blancs, made exclusively from Chardonnay grapes.