The Marne Valley:
an incomparable terroir
Firmly rooted on the right bank of the Marne Valley, the Jean Hû champagne estate stretches across nearly nine hectares. Covering the villages of Vincelles (6.59 hectares), Trélou-sur-Marne (1.52 hectares) and Verneuil (just over half a hectare), the vineyard produces all the grapes used in our champagnes.
The 37 plots we tend as carefully as a garden are home to three grape varieties: meunier, representing almost 70%, followed by chardonnay and pinot noir. Each with their own nuances and characteristics that bring a natural richness to our vintages.
Ever since it was founded, Maison Jean Hû has remained true to a people-centred, optimistic view of the world that looks to the future. Committed to respecting and protecting the environment, the champagne house is determined to ramp up transition to fairer, increasingly sustainable vine-growing.
This environmentally responsible approach means that it focuses on taking action in areas where they can really make a difference, such as limiting treatments used on the vines, grass cover and helping biodiversity to regenerate.
This wide range of actions was recognised by two environmental labels in 2020: «High Environmental Value» and «Sustainable Vine-Growing in Champagne».