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“I ONLY DRINK CHAMPAGNE ON 2 OCCASIONS. WHEN I AM IN LOVE AND WHEN I AM NOT.”
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About

Family Heritage

Nestled down a traditional street close to Reims, in the historic Champagne region, you’ll find Champagne Jean Boucton.
What quickly becomes clear when you hear about Jean Boucton is it is all about family. Our champagnes are born out of close tie within the same family of long-established producers.
Based in the same village, each family member runs their own property and vineyards and while every property has its own range of champagnes, we have pulled together to create a new high-end range of vintage and cuvée champagnes independent of those.
Also, champagne Jean Boucton is a one of a kind family arrangement. It’s a novel idea which manages to harness the best that each family member and property has to offer into a single signature style.
Our family is united in a vision, using our expertise to create a unique range of cuvées, driven by passion, dedication and the desire to keep the traditions that have been passed down through the generations very much alive and present in the wines.



VINEYARD, BLENDING & SAVOIR FAIRE

Vintage and Cuvée champagnes

We pay a particular attention to the quality of the wines, the blend characteristics and the vintages entering in the composition of the Jean Boucton Cuvées.
We work on an elegant range of four premium Champagnes:

~ Jean Boucton Cuvée Blanc de Blancs ~
~ Jean Boucton Réserve Rosé ~
~ Jean Boucton Première Cuvée ~
~ Jean Boucton Grand Heritage ~

These Champagnes are aged in the cellar for a minimum of four to five years for the Blanc de Blancs, Réserve Rosé and Première Cuvée and up to ten years or more for our ‘Grand Héritage’.
 They come in bottle, magnum and jeroboam sizes depending on the Cuvée.
 Our range also includes a Ratafia de Champagne (Solera method – 1998).

Terroir

Jean Boucton champagnes are produced out of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Meunier grew primarily in three villages:
Berru, Montbre and Avenay Val d’Or.

Berru is located in the extension of the Montagne de Reims 7 km from the Cathedral where the French Kings were crowned.
The village lies in the area called “Montagne et Val de Reims”.

The soil there, typical for Champagne is composed of chalk and limestone that naturally absorbs and restores heat and humidity and produce elegant mineral Champagnes. This geological feature, combined with the exposure of the vineyards, provides optimal conditions for the maturation of the grapes used in the development of our Cuvées.

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