Since 1722, the vine has been to the Robert family what the pen has meant to the writer: the means of expressing a unique form of art whose primary need is to glorify nature.
Nearly three centuries after the first deed of ownership was established by Robert Le Jeune, the Robert family still cultivates vines at Fossoy, on the slopes of the Marne Valley.
At first under Andre's impetus and then under that of Alain Robert, the family estate has become Champagne A. Robert. Each generation has passed on their respect for tradition, without being stuck in the past - so tradition fuses with modernity. The savoir-faire learnt over the generations has led to an insistence upon quality above everything else.
Today, Arnaud Robert follows the family tradition. A Robert champagnes continue to captivate through their elegance and subtlety.