The Marne is a fold of land that winds between hillsides and forests, giving it its unique landscape and authenticity.
Between Epernay and Château-Thierry near Dormans, the gentle slopes shelter a vineyard made up of Pinot Meunier, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. And it is in this calm and green geography that our plots, ideally exposed, are cultivated in a context of reasoned viticulture to offer exceptional champagnes.
The Vallée de la Marne is this terroir that gives Champagne Berger a formidable working tool for the pleasure of creation.
Since August 4, 2020, Champagne Berger has held the dual label “Sustainable Viticulture in Champagne” and “High Environmental Value”. HVE, High Environmental Value is a national certification supervised by the Ministry of Agriculture. VDC, Sustainable Viticulture in Champagne is a certification set up by the Champagne authorities, targeted for local specificities. It is complementary to the HVE approach.
These 2 certifications are the result of a voluntary approach that meets the expectations of our consumer customers looking for safe and quality products, developed with practices that respect the environment.
In the heart of the vineyards of the Marne valley, in the town of Trélou-sur-Marne, we welcome you to our property, the starting point of a journey that will make you discover our farm, our vineyard and our Champagnes.