Arnaud Tabourin has been a propriétaire récoltant, or owner-grower, for many years, perpetuating the family tradition in Champagne.

His family has been working in Champagne for over four generations, and Arnaud has vines in the Côte des Blancs area and in southern Champagne, on the famous slopes at Les Riceys.

The cellars are located at the foot of the vineyard, enabling him to make fine wines appealing to a wide range of tastes. The winery sells Champagne wines made using grapes from the family land, drawing on Tabourin know-how handed down through several generations. The following varieties are used: Chardonnay (white grapes), Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier (dark-red grapes).