Located in the heart of the village of Vrigny, classified as a Premier Cru, the Champagne House Roger Coulon traces its origins back to 1806.
For 9 generations the Coulon family has been cultivating vines and harvesting its own grapes from a vineyard made up of 10 hectares of hillsides spread over the Montagne de Reims and the Côtes des Blancs. Today, the two brothers and sisters, Louise and Edgar carry forward the know-how, passion and excellence that give their champagnes a unique signature.
Since 1998, this family of winegrowers has practised sustainable viticulture. Through grassing, soil preservation, yield control and the fight against erosion, the Estate promotes a production method in favour of biodiversity on its vineyard, which has been converted to organic farming since 2019.
Produced without chemical inputs and vinified exclusively from indigenous yeasts, Roger Coulon cuvées are the pure and authentic expression of the identity of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier, emblematic Champagne grape varieties.
In 2011, Champagne Roger Coulon opened a new reception site, "Clos des Terres Soudées." This guest house, so-named in reference to a communal place marked out in the Napoleonic cadastre, notably offers tours of the Estate and tastings of regional products.