Bernard and his son Sébastian Bijotat pay the utmost attention to every step of the production of their Champagnes. From the vine to the wine press, they apply a slow and careful wine making process, with respect for the environment they have HVE certification and also produce sulfite free Champagne. This real family affair truly is a hidden gem.
In the 19th century, Paul Bijotattoing married Hélène Robert who came from a family of winegrowers in the Vallée de la Marne. The couple settled down in Romeny sur Marne and started producing white wine.
Their son Maurice married Eliane Houdrichon. At that time, Champagne was becoming more and more popular. so the first bottles of Champagne Maurice Bijotat were produced and sold directly from their cellar.
In 1982, their son Bernard was married to Fabienne Delalande and they gave him the vineyards in Romeny and so Champagne Bernard Bijotat was born.
Since then, this family Champagne House has never stopped developing. In 2003, Sébastian Bijotat joined his father’s company and in 2013, the company was expanded by purchasing 2 plots of land in the Côte des Blancs in Etrechy, a village classified as Premier Cru. It resulted in the production of the Cuvée Blanc de Blancs Premier Cru.
Discover this charming Champagne House in the Vallée de la Marne with a beautiful view over the vineyard.
Enjoy a guided tour through the cellar, see the wine press, the fermentation tanks, the Champagne racks and the gyropalettes.
Following the tour, enjoy a tasting in the beautiful reception area of the cellar, where you will enjoy 3 different Champagnes.
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