is divided into three different terroirs: Vallée de la Marne with mostly Pinot Meunier grape varieties, Côte des Blancs where Chardonnay prevails and Montagne de Reims with Pinot Noir.
However, Verzy is an exception to the rule. Chardonnay is widely predominant in the east of Verzy, while Pinot Noir grows in the west. This geographical location enables us to plant the two grape varieties and develop unique wines with a rare balance between finesse and roundness.
On the clay and limestone soils, Champagne is the king of our village and received the Grand Cru appellation, which is only awarded to the most renowned crus of the winegrowing region. Only 17 out of 319 villages of the Champagne region are considered worthy of the Grand Cru appellation thanks to an exceptional climate, soil, subsoil and hilly area.
Located in the southwest of Reims, our village is the most visited place in the Champagne region: its national forest is a unique place where you can find a number of dwarf beech trees called “les Faux.”