Our Story

A contemporary Champagne house needs a forward thinking wine maker, enter the main man Maxime Mansard.

Produced in Épernay in the heart of the Champagne region, it was 1901 that his ancestors crafted their first bottles. With skill and expertise passed down through 5 generations, our head wine maker Maxime has perfected our signature style.

While the vineyards have been nurtured for generations, the founders of Champagne PIAFF shared a single dream: to create a Champagne that honours history whilst embracing modernity.

Infusing the classic elegance of Champagne with a vibrant spirit!

Champagne PIAFF Brut NV

The Crowd Pleaser

It's the Champagne that demands the spotlight.

With it's classic charm and charisma, it's the life of the party, the showstopper that sets the tone for celebration.

Champagne PIAFF Rosé NV

The Dark Horse

A perfect Champagne for long summer days, in clear glass it's dressed to impress with all on show.

Looks can be deceiving, the cheeky Rosé is full of surprises, and can keep up with the foodies too.

Draped in it's medals it's not all fun and sunshine, guaranteed to make a lasting impression.

Champagne PIAFF Blanc de Blancs

The VIP

Suave and sophisticated, it's elegance in a glass.

Refined and alluring, when this A-lister makes an entrance, it enhances any occasion and charms all those around it.

The Line Up

Brut 6 x 75cl Case
Brut 6 x 75cl Case Cena promocyjnaOd £230.00 GBP
Brut Rosé 6 x 75cl Case
Brut Rosé 6 x 75cl Case Cena promocyjnaOd £286.00 GBP
Blanc de Blancs 6 x 75cl Case
Blanc de Blancs 6 x 75cl Case Cena promocyjnaOd £385.00 GBP
Grape

35% Chardonnay

35% Pinot Noir

30% Pinot Meunier

20% Chardonnay

50% Pinot Noir

30% Pinot Meunier

100% Chardonnay

Vineyard

Marne Valley

Marne Valley

Côte de Blancs

Terroir

Rich in chalky subsoil, and a climate that benefits from both oceanic rains and continental summers.

Rich in chalky subsoil, and a climate that benefits from both oceanic rains and continental summers.

Easterly aspect, topsoils are thin
and the Chardonnay finds root
in chalk at a lesser depth than
elsewhere. Noted for it's minerality.