Drappier's is a family-owned gem of a domain that started in 1808 in the Urville region of Champagne.
The Drappiers are very proud of their heritage; the vaulted cellars date back to 1152, making Drappier one of the world's finest Champagne houses, and a very, very chic one, too.
Michel Drappier makes very good champagne. They are at the forefront of organic and traditional champagne making, using very minimal amounts of sulphites (there is even a brut nature without added SO2).
That makes for a superb, dry, elegant, and complex champagne.
Their production is less than 30 times that of the big names we all see on billboards, which allows them to be artisans in their craft.
A house defined by the strong use of Pinot Noir house (70% of the grapes): just the way I like it.