Along with their children Elodie, Nicolas and Hugo, Martine and Pascal Serveaux run their estate in Passy sur Marne, a typical village surrounded by the slopes in the heart of the Marne Valley. There, they ardently cultivate the natural wealth of their 15-hectare vineyard, growing the three Champagne grape varieties, Meunier, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Veritable pioneers of the Meunier, the Serveaux family has managed to give a new lease of life to this grape variety that was so disparaged a few years ago.
Passionate about their land, they have a deep knowledge and understanding of every one of their plots.
According to the season and whatever the weather, throughout the year - from the appearance of the first bud through to the final harvesting at the end of the summer – they tend their vines in various ways so that grapes produced are of the very highest quality when pressed… and they do so with the greatest respect for the environment.
Grown on Méandre de Passy’s best hillsides – steep slopes, poor soils, south/southwest exposure – Serveaux Champagnes showcase both the vintner’s work and the origin of the wine.