Before to be a champagne house, Frerejean Frères company made cannons during the reign of Louis XVI, and contribute to repel attacks against the Prussians in Champagne. During the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars, the company Frerejean Frères shone in the defense of the Champagne region. Today, the cannon sound of the champagne pop is synonymous of conviviality and remains a formidable weapon of charm and seduction “à la Française.”
Actually, the champagne house is managed by the three brothers named Guillaume, Richard & Rodolphe, who are passionnate by oenology since their young age.
Frerejean Frères produces great wines of Champagne, distinguished as much by their uniqueness as their elegance. The niche Luxury house reject all mixtures of terroirs and crus, instead preferring to work with individual vintages and using minimal quantities of sugar.
The process ensures that Frerejean Frères wines are full of flavour and depth and that they offer superb roundness, while preserving critical freshness. The ideal balance they owe to the superior quality of our grapes, tended to and managed by their expertise.