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Culture raisonnée is a way of organic farming that has proven itself to be extremely favourable for producing top-class Champagne – the kind of Champagne that can compete with anything presently available from literally hundreds of respectable houses. The House of Fabrice Pouillon embrace this ethos fully, and as such the company possess a unique attitude to Champagne-making which means no fertilizers, chemicals, or fungicides are used. Instead, a natural and healthy balance is maintained using methods that bring the most out of the wine without adding unnecessary attributes.
And Fabrice Pouillon himself is no stranger to producing this most exquisite of drinks. A third-generation leader in his field, his work is inspired by his Grandfather's impressive exploits, and every single bottle that leaves the House has benefited from his expert training and determined attitude to create only the finest blend possible.
So, you may wonder what this House does which is so different from all the others, right? Well, for one thing they take extra-special care of their land. By frequently ploughing the soil, bacteria in the earth are encouraged to grow and multiply. This alone is just one of many methods which both allows grass to grow around the grapes, and gives the grapes every chance at flourishing into the best.
Another aspect of Fabrice Pouillon's Champagne House is originality. With a keen enthusiasm for the latest techniques and a comprehensive knowledge of the traditions of the past, each and every day sees the house strive forwards to create forward-thinking Champagne that has its own rich character and will more than stand the test of time.