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A great champagne can only be made with high-quality grapes. And high-quality grapes go hand in hand with a high-quality terroir:

Our champagnes are the mirror image of our terroir and it is our duty to respect this. We live alongside nature – its biodiversity, the soil, the water. Our joining the HVE certification (High Environmental Value) is an added-value factor in our commitment to protecting natural resources.



The Robert Champagne Estate is above all a family business. The ROBERT family have been cultivating vines for several generations.

Henri ROBERT (1881-1948) began working on vineyards after the 1st World War when vines were planted “en foule”. In the 1930s he established the first group of wine-farmers in order to share equipment needed for pressing and wine-making.

At the start of the 2nd World War, André ROBERT (born in 1925) began to work in the vineyard with the use of a horse. In 1960 he bought the Estate as it is today with its amazing chalk-stone cellars for ageing dating back to the 19th century – and began to sell his own bottled champagne in 1962.

Bathed in the world of champagne throughout his childhood, Bertrand ROBERT took over the estate in 1961, with his wife Colette joining him in 1990.

We have transmitted our joys and pleasure at working in the vineyard and in the cellar to the next generation. And the 5th generation, in the name of Claire ROBERT, has become part of the business since 2013.



Each year we create a new vin­tage, just like a pain­ter crea­ting a new pain­ting.

”The pri­mary co­lour of my pain­tings is the Char­don­nay wine brin­ging ele­gance, fre­sh­ness and race to our cham­pagnes. I then add spots, dashes of dif­ferent co­lours thanks to Pinot Noir and Pinot Meu­nier in ad­di­tion to blen­ding the 6 dif­ferent plots that we ex­ploit. Each plot and each grape va­riety adds cha­rac­ter and ori­gi­na­lity to the final work of art”.

Each pain­ting is unique and dif­ferent but all re­flect the same way of thin­king of the RO­BERT fa­mily.




The ”Côte des Blancs” (the Li­mes­tone Hills), and more pre­ci­sely the vil­lage of Mes­nil sur Oger, is a chalky cliff per­pen­di­cu­lar the Moun­tain of Reims. This area, south of Eper­nay, owes its com­plexity to the mo­saic of small plots condu­cive to op­ti­mal ex­pres­sion of the Char­don­nay grape. Li­mes­tone ap­pears here and there on the sur­face for­ming an in­va­luable un­der­ground water and heat re­serve.

Poor soil, ever-present li­mes­tone, vi­neyards lo­ca­ted on the hill slopes make Mes­nil sur Oger Grand Cru cham­pagnes the most ap­pre­cia­ted of the Côte des Blancs re­gion.


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