Champagne Hélène Delhéry was born on the land of Hautvillers, a fascinating place considered by many to be the “cradle of Champagne”. In the 17th century, Dom Pérignon, innovator in the blending of wines and grape varieties, sublimated the effervescence of his wines and reinforced the reputation of his city, already well known for the sumptuousness of his vineyard and for his famous Abbey. A UNESCO World Heritage site, our cellars carved out of chalk define the elegance and refinement of Champagne Hélène Delhéry. Situated at the gateway to the village, on the edge of the hill of Lhéry and near the Croix Sainte Hélène, the Domaine contains exceptional cuvées from the best parcels of land. As for the grapes, true “pearl of culture”, these are pampered by our winegrowers who bring them both attention and professionalism. The cuvées are designed by Gabrielle Bouby, one of the rare female Chef de Caves in Champagne. Thanks to its virtuosity, it reveals to us all the subtlety, the purity and the elegance of the Chardonnays, Pinots Noirs and Meuniers coming from a soil without equal. The cuvées are genuine jewels perfectly illustrating the perfect combination of craftsmanship and modern production. All this being sublimated by the delicacy of the traditional cellars. At the tasting, the fine bubbles of our divine beverage radiate like splinters of pearls.
Through an exceptional site classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, come and discover the secrets of making the king of wines: Champagne.
From the presses, to the bottles on desks and through the fermentation vats, we will share with you the secrets of Champagne.
Our cellars, carved in chalk in the 17th century by the monks, contain our exceptional cuvées from the best parcels of the soil.
The elegance and finesse of our Champagne is based on the dedicated work of our winegrowers and on the know-how of our Cellar Chef, Gabrielle Bouby, one of the rare Champagne Chef of Champagne.