When you grow up among the vines, the love of the land, the love of the grape, is one of the first legacies you receive from your parents, from your forefathers.
But this love is not simply bequeathed like a precious possession. In this art of loving, there is a part that can be learned, a part that may be tamed over time.
It is by working the land, by preparing it, by patiently watching the grapes grow, by pruning, by harvesting that we have truly learned to love the vines that surround us.
It is only today, now that we have taken over the family business and live by our vines and for our vines, that we realize the passion that animated our mother during all these years, and our grandmother before her.
With time, we also realize to what extent the history of our family, of our vineyards, is above all a history of women.
A story whose roots were firmly planted in the earth by our grandmother.
In the middle of the 20th century, our grandmother, then a young widow, proved to be a strong and ambitious woman who had managed the farm alone for twenty-five years.
When you think about it, it is amazing. We realize that beyond the difficulty of the task, the real obstacle must have been to overcome the mentalities at the time. It is hard to imagine the difficulties she had to go through in this environment where the front of the scene was largely occupied by men.
Today, it is not without a certain pride that we perpetuate this history of women.
Every day we do our best to cultivate this heritage and this passion for the land, the vine and the champagne that we have been given.
And it is to materialize this heritage that we decided to produce our first cuvée.
Creating an Oudiette x Filles champagne was a project kept secret by our grandfather.
A dream that he did not have the time to realize. This first cuvée is therefore an old family dream come true.
This first cuvée is the best way for us to participate in writing the book of the family domain. A new page is being written. It is a letter of love and thanks to our ancestors.
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