Maison Champy is the oldest wine company in Burgundy. It was here that Louis Pasteur conducted his research to improve the quality of French wines. In 1865, after much experimentation within Maison Champy, Pasteur invented the process of preservation that would become known as pasteurisation. With three centuries of experience, Maison Champy has garnered precious knowledge in the selection of sought-after Burgundy crus. Today, Maison Champy grows a large portion of its vines on the Côte de Beaune organically, in order to preserve the true character of this exceptional terroir. Working under the concept of precision wine making, the importance of the environment means that every step follows the practices of sustainable and organic farming.