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The Champagne Les Revenants was born from the idea of Étienne Calsac who, in 2010, decided to plant in the lieu-dit of "Les Fours" - a historical family plot in Côte de Sezanne - three rare varieties in the Champagne region: Pinot Blanc, Petit Meslier and Arbanne.
Six years later, driven by curiosity, Étienne decided to vinify these lesser-known grapes for the first time with a single 600-litre barrel for 7 months which later rested 24 months on its own yeasts. This rare and exceptional Champagne is dedicated by Étienne to its ancestors who have built the solid foundations of his Domaine.
In 2010, at the age of 26, Etienne became responsible for his family's domaine: 2.8 hectares of vineyards, aged 30, spread between Avize, Grauves and Bisseuil. His goal is ensuring that all grapes are grown under the Lutte raisonnée methodes.
Etienne personally controls the grape pressing, before they are mixed and adds his personal touch to the already severe quality checkings.
All bottles rest on yeasts for 36 months and after degorgement for 3 more months. The potential is unlimited, contrary to its cherished limited edition Champagnes.