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We will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

We are available from Monday to Friday, from 9.00 am to 6.00 pm.

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Find all the job offers or send in your unsolicited application on the Terroirs et Vignerons de Champagne group’s dedicated website, by clicking here.

Contact us: +33(0)3 26 77 89 00

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Yes, if you’re in France, you can find our vintages for sale on our website here:

If you are in another country, or if you are a professional, we invite you to contact our sales team by email at the following address:

We invite you to discover the Champagne Castelnau service ritual:

Take hold of your glass and feel every aspect of this moment. Comfortable to hold, light and elegant. Grab the bottle and get ready to pour. This is the importance of the serving ritual proposed by Champagne Castelnau. The secret lies in two key moments: the tilting of the glass and the serving movement.
First, tilt the glass at around 20 degrees. So that the bulge receives the champagne directly.
Then let the champagne slide gently down the wall. Then straighten the glass. The delicate string of bubbles dances, at once frail and powerful.
You’re ready for an intense sensory journey.

Take the first sip. Let your taste buds dance to the rhythm of champagne’s fine bubbles and lively, deep aromas. Feel it. Share.
And forget everything for a moment. All to yourself.

Champagne can be stored for several years, but it is best to drink it within 3 to 5 years to enjoy its optimum freshness and flavour. However, storage time may vary depending on the type of champagne and storage conditions.

Non-vintage champagnes (brut, extra brut, etc.) are generally designed to be drunk young, whereas vintage champagnes can be aged for longer, sometimes up to 10 years or more, depending on the cuvée and the vintage.

But there’s one thing that all bottles have in common: it’s important to store champagne in the right conditions, i.e. at a constant temperature of around 10-15 degrees Celsius, away from direct sunlight and temperature fluctuations. A wine cellar or specialist special fridge can be a good option for optimum preservation.

If you would like to submit an unsolicited application to our Human Resources department, please use our dedicated platform at the following link:

You will then need to create your candidate account, which will make it easier to manage your application.

Please do not use any other channel to submit your application. Any application received via another channel will not be processed.

Job offers within the Terroirs et Vignerons de Champagne group are listed and regularly updated on our dedicated website at the following address:

Don’t hesitate to return regularly to the page indicated above to obtain the most up-to-date information on job offers available within the Group.

If you would like to submit an unsolicited application, you can create your candidate account on the platform.

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