1) AR Lenoble is one of the rare Champagne Houses that remains completely family-owned. Today, Anne and Antoine Malassagne, sister and brother and the great-grandchildren of founder Armand-Raphaël Graser, are the 4th generation to run this House. 2) AR Lenoble has always maintained its total independence since its creation almost 100 years ago, in 1920. No investor or shareholder has ever been involved in the business, thus ensuring a high degree of stability in the strategy of the House. 3) AR Lenoble believes in the expression of the exceptional character of its 18 hectares of vineyards located primarily in the Grand Cru village of Chouilly for chardonnay, in the Premier Cru village of Bisseuil for pinot noir, and in the village of Damery in the Marne Valley. 4) AR Lenoble was the second Champagne House to have its vineyards certified « Haute Valeur Environnementale » in recognition of its commitment to sustainable development and biodiversity. 5) Cover crops of grass amongst the vines have significantly reduced yields at AR Lenoble, which are today much lower than the average in Champagne. At harvest, our grapes show gains in both quality and maturity. 6) AR Lenoble only uses the "Cuvée" from the first grape press in the making of its wines, never the "Taille". 7) AR Lenoble pays particular attention to the ageing of its reserve wines, in particular by conserving them in magnums sealed with natural cork to preserve freshness and develop aromatic richness. 8) AR Lenoble voluntarily limits its production to produce exclusively wines of character whose dosages never exceed 5 to 6 g / l for the Bruts. The wines are known for their ample texture and perfectly integrated, creamy bubbles.