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Champagne Boërl & Kroff’s story began over 20 years ago.

A passion for beautiful bottles and a great friendship are at the origin of this champagne which became unique and unparalleled.

In the middle of the 1990s, Patrick Sabaté and Stéphane Sésé, friends since childhood, launched a major challenge: To create a champagne with a distinct aroma and with a complexity and intensity known only in the best wines of Burgundy and Pomerol.

The first Boërl & Kroff magnum emerged in 1995. An elixir that has become one of the greatest wines falling within a hedonistic approach.



Prospective investors may subscribe for the Offer Tokens during the period which is expected to commence on November 1st, 2019 and is expected to end December 15th at 5 p.m. (the ‘‘Subscription Period’’).

Probably the world’s rarest and most exclusive champagne!

Charles de Gaulle's favourite champagne!

In the Fifties, the production of these three parcels was dedicated to the production of an elegant cuvee specially appreciated by the Charles de Gaulle family. A wine often served at the General’s private dinners at the Elysée Palace.

The first magnum of the unclassifiable Champagne Boërl & Kroff was produced in 1995. Hand selected berries of Pinot Noir from “Les Egrillées” (plants average age : 40 years - area : 0.7 HA) and “Montouillet” (area : 0.3 HA). State of the art vinification; gentle and protective, was applied to preserve the unique quality and expression of the fruit. The ancient parcel “Trois Noyers” (nowadays called “La Belle Haie”) gives a rare quality of Chardonnay. Up to 7% is blended in depending on vintage to further enhance the magic of the Boërl & Kroff Champagne. In specific vintages some 3% of delicate Pinot Meunier is also adding its charm.