Champagne Boizel


Excellence since 1834

The House of Boizel was founded in 1834 in Epernay, the heart of Champagne, by a Champagne family who were passionate about the wines of their region. Even before the house was founded, the Boizels were cultivating vineyards in some of the most famous crus, such as Avize, Aÿ and Etoges. Thanks to the detailed knowledge of Champagne’s terroir that each generation has developed, the house has access to grapes from the region’s best crus, which is essential for making great Champagne. From the vineyards to the cellar, choices are made to respect the wine’s natural characteristics. The finesse and elegance that define the Boizel style have been appreciated throughout history by discerning connoisseurs in France and abroad. Boizel champagnes are served on the most beautiful tables and at the most prestigious events for the pleasure of champagne lovers. Since 2018, the House has welcomed visitors from all over the world for a unique Champagne experience in its 1834 Atelier and its cellars under the Avenue de Champagne, classified as a World Heritage Site by Unesco. Its traditional know-how, dynamism and modernity are always at the service of the constant quest for excellence.