Founded in 1920 by Armand-Raphaël Graser, AR Lenoble is one of the few family-owned and independent Champagne Houses. Anne and Antoine Malassagne, brother and sister, represent the 4th generation at the head of this house.
The vineyard of the Champagne House AR Lenoble covers an area of 18 hectares in the villages of Chouilly (Grand Cru - chardonnay), Bisseuil (Premier Cru - pinot noir) and Damery (Marne Valley).
Committed for more than 20 years to sustainable development and biodiversity, AR Lenoble is the second Champagne House certified "High Environmental Value" Level 3 since 2012. Through practices such as grassing the vines, the house voluntarily produces lower than average yields, in order to guarantee an optimal maturity of its vineyard as well as a high level of quality of its champagnes.
A great precision is employed in the elaboration of the champagnes AR Lenoble. Indeed, these wines produced in voluntarily reduced quantities are elaborated exclusively from the wine resulting from the first press. The reserve wines are matured in corked magnums in order to preserve their freshness and develop their aromatic richness.
These exceptional champagnes, whose dosage does not exceed 5 g/l, are recognised for their rich aromatic palette, their delicate effervescence and their creamy texture.