Champagne De Lozey, a family story since 1881

The Maison De Lozey is an independent family business with vineyard roots dating back to the late 19th century. It was in 1900 that Raymond Cheurlin - the grandfather of Philippe, the current owner - decided to create his own champagne brand. The family house is located in the village of Celles-sur-Ource, a village named after the Ource River, one of the many waterways that crisscross the Aube, the southernmost region of Champagne.

Few dared to embark on such an adventure at that time. This audacity - the benefits of which would only be measured years later - allowed him to purchase land in some of the best terroirs in the region.

Over time, Raymond built a loyal clientele, to the extent that each of his three sons would later continue the family tradition and create their own champagne brand.

Philippe Cheurlin, the current owner of Champagne De Lozey, took over the business from his father Daniel, who passed away in 1988. Just like Edmond before him, Daniel left Philippe with first-class vineyards, a thriving business, a highly skilled team, and a "Solera," the unique system for storing reserve wines that now forms the backbone of the De Lozey House's style.

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