The Champagne House of Florent-Bergeronneau-Marion is situated in the village of Ville Dommange, a well known village in the Montagne de Reims. Ville Domange is an old village typical for the Champagne region that can be traced back to the VIVth century under the name of “Villa Dominica”, literally meaning “the farm of a lord”, the lord being no other than Louis I, the first king of France from 814 untill 840.
Ville Dommange is also famous for its chapel dedicated to Saint Lié, its patron saint. It is also the home of the Bergeronneau family.
Ville Dommange is a traditional village nestling round its bell tower and encircled by illustrious vineyards with classified Champagne Premiers Crus. Since 1590, generations have succeeded each other on this land, from cooperatives to vintners, which forms the rich heritage of Véronique and Florent Bergeronneau-Marion, born respectively in the St Thierry massif and the Montagne de Reims.
Le Clos des Bergeronneau:
Founded in 2007, the fruit of an idyllic dream of which Véronique and Florent thought that it would be unobtainable. In the heart of the village of Ville Dommange, surrounded by wire fencing, hedges and 19th century restored walls, the Clos des Bergeronneau reveals behind a majestic gate, a vineyard of 2,10 hectares of Pinot Noir (25%) and Pinot Meunier (75%), with an ideal south-easterly exposure. The Bergeronneau family maintains a careful approach of the viticulture in order to preserve the old vines in the best possible way.
The Clos des Bergeronneau, is real jewel in the heart of the Champagne region, it is a very rare domain where you can enjoy your meal with a “Clos des Bergeronneau” Cuvée, which evokes its quintessence of aromas with delicacy and voluptuousness. To admire this exceptional domain and taste the fruit of its vines, the Bergeronneau family invites you to share moments of pure joy, settled comfortably on a charming terrace overlooking the vineyards.