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Truly a found treasure, this tiny family domain was founded in 1964 by Michel and Marie-Claude Jeaunaux, now run by husband and wife Cyril & Clémence Jeaunaux-Robin. The estate is only 5.7 hectares (the family’s backyard) in the village of Talus-Saint-Prix in La Vallée du Petit Morin. Vines are approximately 40 years of age on flint-rich, silex soil. Cyril maintains the tradition of his family’s approach but also welcomes organic and biodynamic principles. The farming is meticulous, undergoing organic certification and practicing biodynamic viticulture.


Fil de Brume means “Wire of Mist,” inspired by the mist banks that top the valley in the early morning. Vineyards are located on the 5.7 ha in the Petit Morin Valley at the south-east of Côte des Blancs.


Region:  Talus-Saint-Prix, Champagne


Varieties: 80% Chardonnay, 20% Pinot Noir


Viticulture: Grapes picked manually in search for an optimum sugar/acid in the berry followed by a traditional pressing.


Winemaking: Alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel tanks, enamelled tanks and oak barrels over 10 years old (25%). Partial malolactic fermentation. Matured on lees for 6 months followed by a fining before bottling. Aged 3.5 years on yeast in the bottle.




6 x 750ml

NV Jeaunaux-Robin Fil de Brume Brut Nature (6 x 750ml)

  • Purchases must be made by the full case from the consignment program. Delivery fees apply and all products are subject to availability. All prices are subject to change without prior notice. 

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