Alfred Tritant's savoir-faire
All stages leading up to the creation of champagne draw on the traditional skills handed down from generation to generation.
The Champagnes Alfred Tritant have this unique personality reflecting the exceptional Grand Cru terroir of Bouzy and Ambonnay.
Indeed, it is the combination of several criteria - noble land origins, carefully selected and cultivated vine stocks, experience, the winegrower's knowledge and finally their patience - which give our champagnes their quality and authenticity.Discover our Grand Cru champagne range...
A "Récoltant-Manipulant" winegrower
As "Récoltant-Manipulants", all stages of champagne making are performed at the estate with a constant search for quality:
- the cultivation of the vines with measured care and a desire to respect the environment,
- manual harvesting, the selection of bunches of grapes at their utmost point of ripeness,
- a traditional press and where we keep only the best "juices",
- the art of blending harvest wines with old wines, chardonnay and pinot noir grapes.
Once harvested and pressed, the grapes turned to wine are bottled and maintained in our cellars, dug in the limestone of Bouzy.
There, in darkness, coolness and silence, each cuvée will evolve, improve for some long years -at least three- and become the champagnes that you know and love.
For several years now, we have been committed to responsible farming so as to reduce the environmental impact of our activity:
- we maintain a grass ground cover,
- we use biological pest control with sex pheromones,
- a non-systematic synthetic treatment of the vines,
- a biodynamic treatment of some vineyard parcels,
- soil improvement,
- waste repurposing.
This eco-responsible commitment is also implemented at the gîte La Mandelette, for which we have been awarded the ecolabel "Partir Ecolo" by CléVacances.
Bouzy's Académie du Vin
Bouzy Rouge - AOC Coteaux Champenois is a world-renowned gentle wine. It is part of the heritage of French wines and stands out for its delicacy and bouquet.
Bouzy's Académie du Vin was created in 1992 with the objective of maintaining the quality traditions of the most famous wine within the Coteaux Champenois AOC: Bouzy Rouge. A strict charter lists the regulations which every member must follow in order to produce this very particular wine:
- a selection of the best parcels of Bouzy only on very good years,
- a thorough selection of the grapes,
- personalised vinification, etc.
In 2016, a special bottle was created by and for the Academy members, with the stamp of Bouzy on the front, the Academy's symbol of a rooster, and a "Coteaux Champenois" mark at the bottom of the bottle.