Champagne Jean-Noël HATON
The Jean-Noël Haton Champagne House was founded in 1928. This family-run business in Damery is successfully independent and owns its vines in the Champagne region’s highest-rated “crus”.
Under the watchful eye of René Haton, the heir of its founder Octave Haton, the Champagne House experienced a boom in the 1970s. Today, Jean-Noël Haton and his son Sébastien continue to make Champagne according to traditional and meticulous methods such as respecting the soil, controlling yields, seeking optimal maturity and vinifying plots separately, their sole aim being the quest for excellence.
As the worthy heirs to a unique skill and a heritage that has been patiently built up over the decades, they carry on the work begun by the founder Octave Haton in accordance with his motto: “Perfection demands that we master every detail. It is the expression of the whole that makes an exceptional Champagne”.
All our cuvees reflect the expertise and care devoted to them throughout the winemaking process and only fully reveal their aromatic richness after slowly maturing in our cool cellars for up to 3 years for non-vintage cuvees and 6 to 8 years for the Extra cuvees.
Our cuvees should be stored away from light, at a constant temperature and in an upright position. Ideally, they should be savoured between 8 and 10°C in order to fully appreciate them.