Established in 1901, this family business now owns about ten hectares spread over twelve communes, exclusively classified as Grand Cru or Premier Cru. The Pierson-Cuvelier house crafts its blends according to a recipe passed down from generation to generation.
The result is a traditional wine rich in aroma and finesse. Installed between the Bollinger and Moët & Chandon estates, the vines of Champagne Pierson-Cuvelier are developed in an exceptional land.
Perpetuating the passion of working the vine over the seasons, winemaker Pierson-Cuvelier thus develops prestigious champagnes.
This Tradition cuvée is the most representative of the Pierson Cuvelier champagnes.

The high proportion of pinot noir (85 percent) complemented by chardonnay (15 percent) gives it power and harmony.

The Tradition Pierson Cuvelier cuvée is aged in the cellar for 3 years, and this grand cru champagne is derived exclusively from this cuvée.