The Champagne Coulon Pere & Fils is a family made Champagne in Montagne de Reims, created by Ernest Coulon in the 19th century. The vineyard is split in two: both of areas are classified as "Premier Cru". The coulon family own 1ha of Chardonnay vines in the village of Coulommes-la-Montagne and 3ha of Pinot Noir, PInot Meunier and Chardonnay vines in the Villedommange, two of which were previously owned by the famous Champagne House, Krug.
Oliver Coulon does everything possible to preserve the purity of his great land. He uses more natural methods, for example, placing tablets, which diffuse an inoffensive gas between every fourth rows of vines, as the gas helps prevent "verre de la grappe". He also uses tree bark to help avoid soil erosion - once the bark has decomposed; it forms natural compost, which enriches the vines. In addition, no heavy tractors are used in the vines, to avoid flattening the soil.
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