Cédric Bouchard


In 2000, Cédric Bouchard decided to found his own Champagne house – “Roses de Jeanne”.

At that time he was the smallest owner to produce a Champagne wine, with total surface of 1.09 hectares.

After experimenting and sharing his knowledge with his father, he decided to produce the unique and recognizable Champagne wines different from all others, which include the following principles:

  • Single grape variety
  • Single micro-climate and soil – “Terroir”
  • Single vintage

The main micro-soils are:

  • “Les Ursules”: Planted with 100% Pinot Noir
  • “La Haute-Lemblee”: Planted with 100% Chardonnay