Champagne Boerl & Kroff

Michel Drappier, Stephane Sese and Patrick Sabate is the current owners of Boërl & Kroff, they are a talented and detail-minded winemaker. Boërl & Kroff was formerly ran by De Gaulle family, producing Champagne Drappier; this verdant estate used to produce for the French King Louis XVI,  the appointed tribute for Élysée Palace & a favorite of the General Charles de Gaulle, it has gained an important position in the Champagne region.


In 1995, Michel Drappier with them picked the best Pinot Noir from one of his family vineyards and produced the current King of Champagne - Boërl & Kroff. In addition to using quality ingredients, Champagne House only produce in a good year of harvest, there are only 3 vintage existing: 1995, 1996 & 1998. Only 3000 bottles are produced annually (comes in 1.5L bottles only). Each bottle has its own code, uses 18K gold material for the cap (which is also coded) and packaged in lacquered wooden boxes. Mainly produce Pinot Noir, blended with Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier. The secondary line is called Champagne B de Boërl & Kroff is also only produced in good vintages, including 1997, 2000 & 2002.