Sourdet Diot Champagne

The origins of the Sourdet Diot House, located in the village of La Chapelle-Monthodon, date back to the 1960s. At that time, the family sold all their grapes to other famous Houses in Champagne.
It was only in 1980 that Patrick and Nadine Sourdet decided to develop and bottle their own champagne. From then on, the Sourdet Diot House used the entirety of its harvest to assemble its champagnes, earning it the title of Handling Harvesting Winemaker.
Today, Patrick and Damien work together to make Sourdet Diot champagnes.

A family know-how

Proud to produce its champagne independently, the family has joined the Independent Winegrowers label. This label, a sign of independent viticulture, offers champagne lovers the guarantee of a quality wine.

Sourdet Diot champagnes are made with Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier from the Marne Valley terroir. Characterized by its rusticity, Pinot Meunier offers a natural resistance to spring frost that other grape varieties do not have. As a result, the wines are pleasantly fruity. Chardonnay gives Sourdet-Diot champagnes their finesse in the mouth.

A terroir

The Sourdet Diot family's 11 hectares of vines are located in the heart of the Marne Valley. This terroir is undoubtedly the best known in the whole of the Champagne AOP and is the preferred land for "Blanc de Noirs" Champagnes (champagnes produced with red or black grapes with white juice).

The vines of Sourdet Diot House are located in the chalky region of the Marne Valley. This characteristic contributes to the typicality of Sourdet Diot Champagne.