Producer Profile


For three generations, the Jean-Pierre Baudouin champagne house has thrived as a family business nestled in the picturesque Côte des Bar vineyard. Today, Elise and her brother Stéphane, alongside their father, oversee a 12-hectare estate with unwavering dedication. Passion fuels their stewardship of the vineyard, while Jean-Pierre and Stéphane focus on refining wines in a modern facility equipped with state-of-the-art stainless steel vats for precise fermentation control and nuanced flavor development. Meanwhile, Elise and Chantal expertly manage the final stages of production, from bottling to distribution, ensuring the excellence of Champagne Baudouin shines through with every pour.

Where The Wines Come From


Natural wine production in Champagne, France, is a burgeoning movement within the region's esteemed winemaking tradition. Situated in northeastern France, Champagne is renowned for its chalky soils and cool climate, which provide an ideal terroir for cultivating the classic grape varieties of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier. Natural winemakers in Champagne embrace organic and biodynamic farming practices, nurturing their vineyards with care and respect for the land. In the cellar, they employ minimalist techniques, allowing the grapes to ferment spontaneously with native yeasts and minimal sulfur usage, resulting in wines that authentically express the terroir of Champagne. The resulting natural Champagnes are vibrant, elegant, and reflective of the region's unique landscapes and winemaking traditions. With their lively acidity, delicate bubbles, and complex flavors, natural Champagnes offer a taste of France's winemaking heritage and a glimpse into the future of sustainable