Printemps de Champagne 2024

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Last day to register, Thursday April 11th for Printemps de Champagne 2024 with Fabrice Agrapart & Paul Launois. [read the full champagne story] 

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We want to remind you of this very unique event where Champagne Agrapart Avize and Champagne Paul Launois are joining forces for the first time to offer an exclusive tasting of our 2023 still wines. As spring approaches, so does Printemps de Champagne. This annual event celebrates the harvest of 2023, bringing winemakers together and drawing enthusiasts from around the globe to our picturesque region to sample the still wines from the latest harvest for the very first time. In honor of this special occasion, you and a guest are cordially invited to join us for this unique experience!

Champagne Agrapart


Founded in Avize at the close of the 19th century, Champagne Agrapart et Filshas been producing exceptiona. lGrand Cru Champagne for four generations. From its inception by Arthur Agrapart in 1895 to today, where Fabrice Agrapart leads the charge alongside partners Emmanuel and Johanna, the house has earned acclaim for its exquisite champagnes. Despite life’s inevitable challenges, Fabrice continues this legacy, blending the wisdom of generations past with a forward-thinking ethos that prioritizes environmental sustainability.

‘When one hears the name Agrapart, it evokes the essence of “A, Grape, Art” – a testament to their dedication to the craft.’

Champagne Paul Launois

Le Mesnil-sûr-Oger

For generations, the Launois family has tended their vineyards with care, historically selling their wines through cooperative channels. However, in a bold move, Julien Launois, after nearly a decade abroad, alongside his wife Sarah, embarked on a new chapter in the family’s saga. Sarah, an artist, graphic designer, and wine enthusiast, lent her creative vision to their endeavor, birthing the Champagne brand named after their son: Paul Launois. In 2013, they acquired a winemaking facility in Mesnil sur Oger, meticulously renovating it themselves. The first fruits of their labor were harvested in 2015.Through experimentation, blending, and tasting, fueled by their shared passion for champagne, “Champagne Paul Launois” emerged – a testament to love in its many forms: the love of a man and a woman, the love of wine and art, and the love of family.

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