Producer : SANGER
The history of Sanger is one very close to the hearts of most Champagne vignerons. In 1919, the region was devastated : vineyards and winegrowers had been wiped out, the former by a plague coming from the United States called phylloxera, the latter by World War I. To rebuild this regional heritage, there seemed to be only one solution: training new generations to wine making and growing. With this attitude, two well known champagne merchants, Mr and Mrs Puisard, opened a wine making school in Avize. To this day, the students here learn to produce Champagne from vine to bottle, starting in the vineyards and ending with Sanger; wines made with their cellar masters, in a multitude of classic styles.