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Villeneauxe-la-Grande, Champagne • France

Barrat-Masson was created in 2010 by the young husband-and-wife team of Aurélie and Loïc Barrat. They took over Loïc’s old family domaine, which had previously been selling grapes to a co-op.

stucco farmhouse with orange shutters

Now working seven hectares, Aurélie and Loïc farm the vines organically and use a renovated old barn as their winery. The vineyards sit on the slopes of the Côte de Sézanne, planted 90% to Chardonnay and 10% to Pinot Noir. The Côte de Sézanne is a continuation of the Côte des Blancs, although the soil has more clay, and the wines are generally a somewhat riper and rounder style of Blanc de Blancs. This unique terroir allows for very dry wines, while maintaining balance. The team is not shy about their unfashionable use of a small percentage of press wine to increase aromatics and provide a little more “front-loaded” sugar that allows for low dosages when bottling. All Barrat-Masson wines see a bit of barrel aging and are bottled with little or no dosage.


NV Fleur de Craie Brut Nature

NV Les Volies Brut Nature

NV Les Margannes Brut Nature

NV La Grand Hommée Rosé Brut Nature

Vintage Millésime Brut Nature

vineyard with limestone and clay soil
stainless steel wine tanks and yellow pipes
sunset over vineyard in winter