Under the impetus of a new talented duo, the historic Champagne house has taken the reins of its destiny into its own hands. Ready to overcome all obstacles on the road to great wine.
THE HOUSE may not be the best known, but it is one of the oldest in Champagne. The fifth oldest, to be precise. As a reminder to all, it recently dropped the first name of the man who greatly developed it and added the year of its foundation to its name. Henri Abelé became Abelé 1757 when it was bought out in 2019 by the Terres & Vignerons de Champagne group, which also owns Nicolas Feuillatte, Castelnau and, most probably, soon, Henriot. Since 1985, the brand had been owned
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