About Charles de Fere:
Charles de Fère came to life in 1980 when an innovative sixth generation
winemaker from Champagne, Jean-Louis, decided to start his own sparkling
winery in a town called Fère-en-Tardois, just outside Champagne.
Named in his honor, Cuvée Jean-Louis embodies his audacious vision of crafting
high-quality sparkling wines from grapes grown throughout France, strongly
believing that a more diverse sourcing strategy would allow him access to the best
possible grapes each year. Northern vineyards brought freshness and elegance,
while southern vineyards provided beautifully ripe fruit, body and smoothness to
the wines. In honor of his son Charles, he named his winery Charles de Fère,
meaning "Charles from Fère."
Today, Charles de Fère wines are crafted in Burgundy at the Boisset family's
state-of-the-art sparkling wine facility. True to its roots, Charles de Fère’s grapes
continue to come from diverse terroirs throughout France, ensuring the best
possible fruit for consistently excellent sparkling wines at a great value.