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The House of Francis Boulard is situated in the idyllic region of the Massif de St Thierry, in France. Relatively small in comparison with some Champagne house's, it is one that is always moving, always progressing, and never staying still. Although the House recognise the need to maintain a certain familiarity in their Champagne, they also have an unusual capacity to drive the company in a new direction. This attitude, no doubt, is closely linked to the head partnership which controls the destiny of this famous Champagne brand: that is, Francis Boulard himself, along with Delphine – his accomplished daughter. It is a partnership that has existed since 2003 and promises to add a certain freshness to proceedings.
The introduction of Delphine has also changed the make-up of the wines, and her youthful impact has meant some interesting and futuristic changes at every level in the process. One major change has been in production. Now focusing more on biodynamic wines and natural Champagne, this brand is keen to move away from the age of chemicals and harness the endearing nature of organic creation methods.
All this means that both an extensive back-catalogue of Champagnes, as well as new versions, are frequently becoming more available.
Along with at the vineyards, great things happen in the process of making the Champagne – as one would expect. One of these things concerns the yeast used for fermentation, which is strictly pure and found only in the locality of this region. The fact that none is imported means that the soil retains a pure and untouchable quality that flows through into the grapes, creating a completely unique blend that this House call their own.