Maison Savart establishes its base in Ecyeuil, a small village in the northern part of the Reims mountains, where it owns and cultivates 6 hectares of Premiere Cru vineyards, 4 of which are in Pinot Noir and 2 in Chardonnay.
Savart champaigns were started at the end of the Second World War by grandfather Renè Savart and led today by his nephew Frederic. They have seen their fame grow and spread throughout the world in a short time thanks to strategic innovations and the lashes of innovation that the latter has been able to give to the family business.
Like most French winemakers, in Champagne in particular, the most important factor is the protection of the territory to which they belong, the exaltation of the terroir and its properties, the removal of the standardization of flavors in the production of wines all the same that only the most intimate expression of the properties of land and vineyard can guarantee.
The quality of the final product depends on the quality of the grapes grown by hand in full respect of the natural life cycle of the grape, trying to promote, revitalize and maintain healthy the entire ecosystem in which the vine grows.
The vineyards are old and the rows are very close to each other so that the high density of planting in competition with their plants promoting the growth of a few clusters but rich and full of flavors and aromas concentrated.
The soil is characterized by complex clays that transfer to the wine great structure and roundness and is grassed keeping it as natural as possible, so as to preserve and ensure the development of a rich and varied ecosystem. The treatments that are performed are all strictly manual.
As in the vineyard, so in the cellar, the operations of vinification and maturation are carried out letting the natural cycles to be carried out in full force of their strength without intervention of support with chemical agents, allowing the natural prodìsi to develop according to their times and ways.