The vineyards of Champagne Joly have been handed down from father to son for over a century. The history of this Champagne House started more than a century ago, around 1880. Untill the 1950’s, the great grandparents were primarily winegrowers and sold their grapes to tradesmen.
It was a hard time, the work was difficult and it was not always easy.
After World War II, the family started to produce and sell thousands of bottles thanks to the help of the local cooperative. The brand name of Joly-Champagne was founded in 1954 and from that time on things speeded up. The vineyard territory expanded and the production of Champagne increased from 30.000 botlles in the 1970’s to 70.000 bottles in the 1980’s.
A big decision was made in 1998, the familiy decided to leave the cooperative and installed a press and a thermoregulated tank of stainless steel. Nowadays, all of the harvest is processed in their own cellars and commercialised by themselves from which a main part is destined for the French market. Besides that, that they also export their Champagne to Europe and Japan.
Today, the two sons also work on the estate after having followed studies in Viticulture and Oenology. Their parents, Rémy and Patricia, assist their sons with whatever and whenever they can. Also, they still benefit from the know-how of their grandparents on how to make make progress. Marie, Aurelien’s wife (one of the sons) has also joined the estate.
We advise you to book in advance because availabilities are limited. However, of course you can also make a last minute booking.Do I need to pay online?
No, you will pay at the champagne house (by cash, bank card, credit card)Can I cancel my booking?
Yes, you can cancel your booking without any charges 24 hours before your visit takes place. * Please note that the Champagne house will charge you the full amount of the booking in case of no-show / no notification of cancellation or no timely cancellation.How can I cancel my booking?
You can login into your own account on the website and cancel your booking without any costs 24 hours before your visit. Of course we will be happy to assist you with your questions by sending us an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The health pass is mandatory for access to the Champagne Houses. In accordance with the regulations, European health pass or digital EU covid certificate is required.
Wonderful very thorough tour! Small family vineyard run by the family for 5 generations.
Everything was perfect! The only thing to improve - English knowledge of the owner, can be a bit difficult to understand for those who don't speak...
'super ontvangst met veel uitleg en lekkere champagne Aankoop met plezier gedaan en zeker voor herhaling vatbaar
Tres gentil, super tour dans le vinyard. Bon champagne!!!
We stayed at the gite owned by the same owners of this Champagne house and loved the tasting! However, the tour wasn't available at the time...
beaucoup de savoir faire, champagnes très très bien!!! nous avons visité les caves et le vignoble. recommandé
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