Dominique Moreau


Domaine Marie Courtin, Champagne

Champagne Marie Courtin is located in the village of Polisot, Côtes des Bars, in the southern part of the Champagne appellation. This area is particularly prized for its Pinot Noir grapes to which the limestone soils add a unique freshness. Dominique Moreau created the estate in 2005 with a vision opposed to the regular Champagne houses, tending to produce single-vineyard, single varietal and single vintage Champagnes from biodynamically-grown grapes. Dominique's champagnes are always either 100% pure Pinot Noir or 100% pure Chardonnay.

"Marie Courtin comes from the name of my grandmother, a woman of the earth. Her philosophy is settled in every detail of the winemaking, with a focus on respecting the land and the fruits" - Dominique Moreau 

Location

Champagne

Appellations

AOC Vin de Champagne, AOC Côte des Bars

Size

2.5 hectares

Soils

Kimmerdgian, limestone soils

Varieties cultivated

Pinot Noir, Chardonnay

Yields/annual production

15,000 bottles

Age of vines

45 years old

Farming/winemaking

Biodynamic farming, very low intervention on the wines, some cuvées are suflur free

Certification

Ecocert since 2009, Demeter since 2011

 

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