The Galichet family left the small village of Pontfaverger Northeast of Reims and arrived in Bouzy in 1956 where Serge Galichet found a job as a communal agent. The family settled and liked Bouzy very much. Thus Serge Galichet decided to orient his career towards the vineyard work and integrate a Big Champagne House in Reims where he would learn the various facets of winemaking.
A few years later, the opportunity arose to acquire a few parcels of vines, and so was born its first cuvee in 1959. His eldest son, Remy, from a young age, loved spending time with his father, he integrated the famous Wine School in Avize.
A lover of the local soil, hardworking and ambitious, Remy continued in this way with the acquisition of its first parcels in Aisne department … 1973 was marked by its first harvest and the launch of his own brand of Remy Galichet champagnes.
Traditions & Modernity
In 1999-2000, the Champagne Remy Galichet built a production-site of 2,500 squares meters bordering the vineyards. Modern facilities are equipped with a cellar, a labeling-and-corking line, a laboratory, a winery, a wine-press and a sumptuous tasting-room hosting up to 60 people, in order to create high quality champagnes applying the traditional Champagne method.
The property now has nearly 9 hectares of vineyards spread over the finest Champagne hillsides which are on the Montagne de Reims (Bouzy, Ambonnay, Trépail, Ay), the Côte des Blancs (Vertus, Bergères-les-Vertus, Chouilly) and the Vallée de la Marne (Mont-Saint-Père, Gland).
The 3 daughters, Ingrid, Aurélie et Carole work together in the Champagne House and perpetuate the style and the Savoir-Faire of the House Galichet.
Portraits of Women
Lorette, the wife, the mother, the most Cartesian of the family, is in charge of the administrative and the financial department since the creation of the Company.
Ingrid, the eldest daughter, was the first to join the family business to be our Public Relations Manager and to be in charge of the Sales Department for France.
Aurélie, had always wanted to live other experiences in big Champagne Houses before joining the family business in 2014. Aurélie is responsible for the development of export sales.
Carole, the youngest, always wanted to work alongside her father. Carole studied at the Wine High School of Avize, she is now alongside with Remy our winemaker and she perpetuates the style and the Savoir-Faire of our Family Champagne House.
4 women, 4 personalities, 4 areas of skills for even more success every day.