LÉO DE VERZAY
Leo de Verzay Champagne is co-created by the heir of the Maison Chaudron, classified among the 75 “Grandes Maison de Champagne”.
Leo de Verzay is the result of the alliance between the heritage of one of the first Champenoise family and the modernity and finesse of its two young female owners, Charlotte Chaudron and Johanna Antonucci.
Leo de Verzay Champagne is a tribute to Lionel Chaudron, a figure in the history of the Maison. The latter has bequeathed vines to his granddaughter to pursue in the family legacy.
Lionel, comes from the latin name « Leo », which means « Lion ». The Lion, symbol of Leo de Verzay, represents the powerfulness and the majesty of an extraordinary Champagne.
LEO DE VERZAY DNA
Love of Champagne and Heritage are integrant parts of the DNA of Leo de Verzay.
Leo de Verzay exquisite packaging is part of its unique experience. A certified Swarovski crystal adorns each Cuvées.
Règne Brut, Reine Rosé and White Krugeri Blanc de Blancs Champagne Cuvées, are the fruit of hard work and dedication.
THE MAISON CHAUDRON
The Chaudron family has been devoted for seven generations to the culture of vines and the elaboration of quality Champagne.
The Chaudron family owns eighteen hectares of vines in villages classified 100% Premier Cru and 100% Grand Cru
The Champagne Maison has started building its vineyard in 1820. Initially settled at the heart of the 100% Grand Cru village of Verzenay, they have extended their domain throughout several villages among Premier and Grand Cru of the Reims Mountain: Verzy, Verzenay, Vaudemange and Villers.
Leo de Verzay Champagne falls within the perspective of sustainability and environment acceptability by adopting supervised growing techniques.
A team of full-time employees is dedicated in the culture and maintenance of the vineyard.
Vines are treated with products the less harmful possible for the environment, turning progressively toward a biodynamic culture.
Leo de Verzay Champagnes are only made of wines coming from the first press. Leo de Verzay Cuvées have aged a minimum of four years in the bottle, and assembly wines from the best Chardonnays, Pinots Noirs and Pinots Meuniers, which have matured from five to nine years in barrels. These subtile blends give to Leo de Verzay a Champagne with a well balanced acidity and very fine bubbles.